By Arwen Pascua
MANILA — The Philippine National Police (PNP) is truly blessed with the outpouring support of various advocacy support groups and force multipliers in the implementation of its programs and endeavors.
Aside from the support of the community, PNP also enjoys the love coming from the Women Advocacy Support Group composed of the PNP Officers’ Ladies Club (OLC) or famously known – “Misis ng Pulis”.
PNP OLC is currently led by its adviser Mrs. Rosalie “Lally” Eleazar who is known for her generosity and soft-heartedness and who on her own has already steered various donation drives whether within or outside the PNP camps.
Police Community Affairs And Development Group (PCADG) Director, BGen. Eric Noble said, in line with Mrs. Eleazar’s advocacy of giving which tailor fits PNP’s BARANGAYanihan program, PNP OLC led by Mrs. Letlet Cruz, together with the other “Misis ng Pulis”, distributed frozen food packs at the Heritage Park Camp BGen Rafael T Crame, Quezon City on September 2-3, 2021.
A total of 250 frozen food packs were distributed to chosen beneficiaries which includes a group of women, civilian employees, and strikers inside Camp Crame. The activity aims to show gratefulness to the beneficiaries who are serving and protecting those who serve and protect the country and countrymen.
Mrs. Eleazar expressed her deepest gratitude to Chareon Pokphand Foods Philippines Corporation for donating frozen foods and for their continued support to PNP’s BARANGAYanihan Help and Food Bank Program.
“The PNP, together with the PNP OLC, draw inspiration and strength knowing that we have staunch partners who are willing to serve,” the PNP OLC adviser said.
Ate Rose, one of the beneficiaries thanked the PNP, PNP OLC, and the donor of frozen food packs she and her companion received. “Malaking tulong at tipid po para sa amin itong mga binigay na frozen foods,” Ate Rose said.
The PNP, with the support of all its stakeholders, will continuously roll out BARANGAYanihan activities to vulnerable areas that are greatly affected by the current health crisis. (ai/mtvn)