PCPC donates service vehicle to Concepcion LGU

PCPC donates van to Concepcion Iloilo

Palm Concepcion Power Corporation (PCPC) demonstrated its strong commitment to social responsibility anew by donating a new service vehicle to the local government of Concepcion, Iloilo on October 24.

Local officials of the town received the brand-new van which was specifically designated to enhance the logistical and transportation needs of the municipality.

Concepcion Vice Mayor Yen Ortiz expressed his gratitude to PCPC by underscoring the importance of the vehicle in delivering services to the community. He added that it will tangibly improve official functions, streamline operations, and elevate the efficiency of municipal services.

Mayor Milliard Villanueva echoed these sentiments, emphasizing a commitment to utilize this support not just for the benefit of PCPC, but more importantly, for the welfare of the town’s residents.

PCPC donates van to Concepcion Iloilo

This gesture goes beyond a mere corporate social responsibility; it signifies a mutual investment in the community’s prosperity, bridging the gap between corporate interests and local governance.

The turnover ceremony, led by PCPC officials including Rene Marlon Castigador (Plant Manager), Noel Dorego (Corporate Affairs Manager), Ace Escaniel (Security Head), and other Corporate Affairs Group members, highlighted the collaborative relationship between the private sector and local governance, aiming for a stronger, interconnected community.

This generous act exemplifies PCPC’s ethos of generating power while empowering communities. It signifies a harmonious blend of corporate success and social responsibility, setting a paradigm for other entities to follow suit.

The donated van stands not just as a vehicle on wheels; it symbolizes unity, fostering progress, and steering Concepcion towards a future marked by collaborative growth and shared prosperity.

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