Insular Foundation Provides PPEs and Free Insurance Coverage to Medical Frontliners
Insular Foundation together with contributions from employees, agents, families and friends of Insular Life and its subsidiary, Insular Health Care, Inc. raised funds to assist medical workers who are leading the fight against COVID-19.
The amount raised was used to donate personal protective equipment (PPE) sets to nine hospitals in Metro Manila, and cash donations to the Philippine Nurses Association – Cebu Chapter, Clark Investors and Locators Association and Angeles Chamber of Commerce and Industry to for the purchase of PPEs.
Additionally, Insular Foundation will provide free care packages consisting of life insurance and hospitalization allowance for doctors, nurses, medical technologists, and other frontliners of selected hospitals. The care package will provide a total of P27.5 million in life insurance benefits and hospitalization allowance to the medical workers.
“As the COVID-19 pandemic affects the lives of many, Insular Foundation contributes to various initiatives to assist our medical frontliners, and to help families in need. Through generous contributions from our employees and agents, and the assistance fund from our Insular Foundation, we are able to provide donations to hospitals, industry associations, and the Muntinlupa City government,” InLife Executive Chairman and Insular Foundation Chairman Nina D. Aguas said.
During the first week of the enhanced community quarantine, Insular Foundation was the first responder to the call of Muntinlupa City Mayor Jaime Fresnedi. Program Manager Teresita T. Melad turned over a check donation to the Muntinlupa City government to support the city’s relief distribution efforts.
Melad also turned over various kitchen equipment and food supplies to the medical frontliners of Ospital ng Muntinlupa who are temporarily staying in Tunasan, Muntinlupa.
Insular Life (InLife), through its corporate social arm, Insular Foundation, has turned over donations of PPEs, cash, and care packages consisting of life insurance and hospitalization allowance for doctors, nurses, medical technologists, and other frontliners of selected hospitals. The Foundation turned over funds to Muntinlupa City Mayor Jaime Fresnedi (5th from left) to help the local government assist health worker and provide food for depressed barangays in the City. Insular Foundation was represented by Program Manager Teresita T. Melad (3rd from left). Receiving the check donation is Ms. Lara Villanueva of the City Treasurer’s Office (4th from left).