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Isuzu PH donates D-Max pickup to Caritas Manila

Isuzu PH donates D-Max pickup to Caritas Manila
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MANILA: Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) shows its unwavering support to Caritas Manila, one of the longest-running and leading Catholic development, relief, and social service organizations in the country, through its donation of the Isuzu D-Max pickup.

The unit was turned over last October 29 in the grounds of Caritas Manila in Pandacan, Manila, IPC officials, headed by its president Hajime Koso, provided Isuzu D-Max unit to representatives of Caritas Manila, led by Rev. Fr. Antonio Pascual. Isuzu Gencars Chairman Edgard A. Cabangon, whose family has continually shown support for the organization, was also present during the ceremony.

Caritas Manila is also one of the beneficiaries selected for the IPC’s Kasama Mo initiative, with the goal of helping the country mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Caritas Manila was able to acquire sets of personal protective equipment (PPEs) from the stakeholders and customers of IPC last July 10 and October 1.

The initiatives of the IPC are a reflection of the company’s genuine spirit to be “Your Responsible Partner” as it seeks to reach out and provide assistance to society members who need it, specifically during these difficult times.

During the turnover ceremony, Koso explained, “Isuzu Philippines is truly delighted to be able to help in the endeavors of Caritas Manila to enrich and uplift the lives of the Filipinos through various social and livelihood programs. We firmly believe that this Isuzu D-Max would support your future operations in terms of disaster relief and community outreach in the various parts of the country.”

The reliable, powerful, and durable Isuzu D-Max is regarded as an indispensable partner since it supports the daily transportation needs and logistics of Caritas Manila.

Through the established quality and dependability of the pickup, coupled with the efficiency and promptness of the parts and maintenance services of Isuzu dealerships across the country, Caritas Manila will be able to maximize its use and expand its reach to those who are residing in far-flung or hard-to-access areas.

Caritas Manila is a non-profit organization that caters to the 13 vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila. It also serves as a mechanism for networking and sustainable development for the other five dioceses in Metro Manila.

For more information about the Isuzu D-Max and other light commercial vehicles (LCVs) and commercial vehicles (CVs) of the brand, customers can log on to the official website of Isuzu here.

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