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The MVP group of companies donated 30 units of Toyota Vios to the Philippine military as seen in this April 9, 2020 photo by the MVP Group Media Bureau.

MVP Group donates vehicles for military’s COVID-19 efforts

The MVP group of companies, led by PLDT and Smart Communications, donated a fleet of 30 units of Toyota Vios sedans and cargo vans to the country’s Armed Forces of the Philippines.

The Philippine Army also received 10 buses from Manuel V. Pangilinan.

The vehicles were the most recent of the MVP Group’s assistance to government efforts to contain the COVID-19 outbreak.

Earlier, Pangilinan extended help to health frontliners through Tulong Kapatid, the corporate social responsibility consortium of the group of companies and foundations he leads.

The relief package included 14,000 liters of ethyl alcohol for government hospitals and health workers, personal protective equipment for leading state hospitals and thousands of cooked food servings for the Philippine Marines Corps.

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