Tolak Angin supports community pantries during trying times

Despite the many challenges our country is facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Filipinos continued to uphold the spirit of bayanihan through the launch of community pantries in different neighborhoods and localities.

These community pantries provided a space for those who have extra to share their blessings so that those in need can survive their day-to-day ordeal.

It inspired many individuals and families, as well as small to large companies to pool together resources to give ayuda to those in need.

Tolak Angin is among those that stepped up to do their part in helping these community pantries achieve their goal of alleviating some of the struggles of our fellow Filipinos.

Some of the community pantries that Tolak Angin has supported include the Taytay Community Pantry, Cogeo-Antipolo Community Pantry, Marikenya Community Pantry, Nagtahan Community Pantry, Divisoria Market Community Pantry, Winnarey Community Pantry, Nangka Community Pantry, Persons with Disabilities Community Pantry, and many more.

Tolak Angin, with the help of key influencers, will also donate Tolak Angin Anak to community pantries in their respective neighborhoods.

Tolak Angin Anak is suitable for children 2 years old and up. It contains Tolak Angin’s 12 signature herbal ingredients with added Cornu Bubali, which is a known natural fever reliever.

It helps boost children’s immune system and aid in relieving early signs of weakened immunity, such as colds, chills, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, stomachache, bloating, and reduced appetite.

With children now unable to go out and mingle with their friends and classmates like they used to, they need extra care when it comes to their health and overall wellness. 

Tolak Angin Anak is available in 7-Eleven, Southstar Drug, Watsons, Mercury Drug, and other leading drugstores nationwide.

For children 7 to 12 years old, the recommended dosage is one sachet three times a day, while kids 12 years and older can take up to two sachets three times per day.

Kids can take them directly from the sachet or added to half a glass of warm water.

Tolak Angin Anak has been specifically formulated to have a taste children will love.

For more information on Tolak Angin Anak and other Tolak Angin products, visitwww.tolakangin.com.ph

TECNO Mobile celebrates local community heroes

Premium smartphone brand, TECNO Mobile recently completed its first CSR campaign in the Philippines, as a way of giving back to the community.

Following the successful releases of its latest mobile phones in the country, namely the Spark 7 Series, Pova 2 gaming phone, and the CAMON 17 Series, TECNO Mobile aims to become part of the nation’s journey in rising up from life’s challenges by showing support to the community.

Three partner beneficiaries representing different pillars of the community were the recipients of donations made by TECNO Mobile for this CSR campaign.

These are Ina ng Lupang Pangako Parish, Project Malasakit, and the City of Manila through the Office of Mayor Isko Moreno.

Separate handover ceremonies were held for each of the beneficiaries, the first of which was held on July 13th, at the Ina ng Lupang Pangako Parish, located in the middle of Bgy. Payatas, an area deemed a hazardous place to live due to its proximity to an open area for solid waste disposal.

This church’s leaders and volunteers provide education and livelihood opportunities for the urban poor community living in Payatas, funded by donations from different entities.

For its own CSR campaign, TECNO Mobile, represented by TECNO Mobile Limited’s Brand Marketing Director for Philippines Jason Liang donated Php 100,000 to the parish, along with 10 smartphones to be shared with hardworking parish volunteers, who tirelessly organize and facilitate activities such as community pantries, counseling, webinars, and online masses.

The donations were received by Rev. Fr. Peter Hequillan,CM.

The second handover ceremony also took place on July 13th, at the Tikme Dine restaurant in Quezon City, this time with Project Malasakit as the beneficiary.

Project Malasakit is a scholarship program, which aims to bridge the gap between Filipinos who want to help and Filipino children who need the assistance.

Its goal is to provide these children with proper education, enabling them to change their own lives for a better future.

Thirty TECNO Mobile smartphones plus Php 100,000 were given to Project Malasakit by Mr. Liang and were graciously received by its founder, Kara David, together with two of her scholars, Lilian Ambrocio and Mauwe Liwanag. 

The final donation handover took place on August 6th at the Office of Manila City Mayor, Isko Moreno.

Mayor Isko is known for his service to the local community, aided by his team of volunteer workers who man community hotlines, respond to reports, handle coordination for projects such as the recent vaccine rollout, and work at local public schools for teachers.

For these community heroes, TECNO Mobile has donated 50 smartphones, and Php 200,000 through the mayor’s office. The donation was handed over by the TECNO Mobile Limited executives for the Philippines, headed by CEO Lindsay Guan, and received by Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno.

The selection of local heroes as beneficiaries for this campaign also aligns perfectly with the reel- and real-life heroism of TECNO Mobile’s CAMON 17 brand ambassador, Hollywood actor Chris Evans.

TECNO Mobile’s CSR campaign was kicked off with an online photo exhibit, which featured thought-provoking images that capture the beauty of life, taken by top local photographers using CAMON 17 smartphones.

A selfie advocacy campaign was also launched, encouraging the online community to get involved by sharing their own selfies for a cause.

Anyone can join by simply posting a selfie on Facebook, which features their advocacy. The photo must include a caption with a brief description of the advocacy, along with the hashtags #TECNOMobileCares, #CtheBestofYou, and #SelfieAdvocacy.

The best photo and caption will be selected by TECNO Mobile representatives, and the winner will be awarded a CAMON 17 smartphone. 

To stay updated on the latest news about the CAMON 17 series, as well as exclusive deals and promos from TECNO Mobile, be sure to like and follow TECNO Mobile Philippines. Visit www.tecno-mobile.com/ph to learn more about your favorite smartphones and gadgets.

Eden celebrates a Mother’s Unconditional Love in new film

This Mother’s Day campaign by Eden cheese breaks boundaries as the Mondelez Philippines brand launched their bold new film entitled, Unconditional.

Directed by Carlos Palanca-awardee Antoinette Jadaone, the film sheds light on the plight of moms who may lack support, which is a topic often not discussed, but is quite familiar to us all and is important as it plays an integral role in nurturing the light of our homes.

The film emboldens how unconditional love and acceptance empowers single moms, and moms from all walks of life.

This Mother’s Day and beyond, the brand aims to unite moms and support them, so they can create many savor-worthy moments to nurture stronger family connections.

To celebrate this special day and remember all the hardships and sacrifices that moms from all walks of life had to endure through different phases of their motherhood, Eden held the virtual event Eden Speaks – A Mother’s Day Forum.

The event, hosted by Issa Litton, was graced by special guest speakers such as Bettina Carlos-Eduardo, a mompreneur, content creator, and author; Techie Dy, Consultant of RMT-Cefam, Ateneo, and is a PhD Candidate of Clinical Psychology from the University of the Philippines; and Kristine Enriquez, Eden Cheese Marketing Manager.

For the past four decades, Eden has been a trusted ally of moms for providing delicious meals for her and her family. The event cements the brand’s commitment to being their ally in all aspects and facets of her life.

For Eden, this translates to empowering the diverse Filipino motherhood journeys, not just single moms, through celebrating their unique and evolving roles amidst today’s ever-changing world.

During the event, Bettina Carlos-Eduardo shared, “There were times when Gummy was growing up, that I felt it was all just me. I am to work and I am to watch after her, which is the life mindset of a typical single mom.

“The load lightened when I found my source of personal salvation and started to have a community of other parents. Of course, I still had my mom and grandmother who would look after Gummy when I had to work.

“But inevitably there were several overwhelming situations that would make me ask myself – ‘how am I going to do all these things alone?’ There are only 24hrs in a day and yet a gazillion things to do!

“Life didn’t come with a manual for parenting, especially for solo parents. And 11years ago there were no videos on YouTube or many resources available online to help navigate through this. That would have made the road an easier one to travel.”

Bettina was a single mom for a decade, but recently ‘graduated’ from the status and is married for five months now.

“Motherhood did not really change when I married. It still has its set of challenges that evolve as Gummy matures.

“My faith has seen me through all those years and it is just a blessing to have a physical partner now to share the load and the journey.

“This Mother‘s Day, I celebrate both my current season and former shaping years. I look back at 10 years of the most gratifying years of my life I wouldn’t trade for anything in the world.

“I appreciate how Eden is so courageous to speak up about and open this conversation acknowledging the many challenges of solo parents that people don’t often talk about.

“Just as there are many savor-worthy ways to bond with your family by cooking in the kitchen with Eden, there are also many ways to showcase support for different kinds of moms in the simplest way we know how,” she added.

“Eden cheese is a brand that has been celebrating moms from all walks of life and their role in bringing families together for the last 36 years.

“This Mother’s Day, we wanted to shed light on a silent reality in the Philippines, and how important unconditional love and parental support plays in fostering acceptance and empathy for each unique motherhood experience.

“We want to empower and unite moms to share their personal stories about their own journey, and to showcase how we are one with them in embracing all flavors of motherhood, even in the most difficult of situations,” said Kristine Enriquez, Eden Cheese Marketing Manager.

“We believe that by uniting moms from different walks of life, all flavors of mothers can be inspired by the different savor-worthy ways to bring the family together,” she adds.

To know more, visit https://web.facebook.com/EdenCheesePH/ and check out EdenSpeaksPH.

PLDT Home celebrates different parenting styles with #NoMomLikeYou

A perfect home is a place where families feel safe, can build relationships, and make meaningful memories with each other.

It is not defined by how big your house is or even if it’s as spic-and-span as those we see in magazines or on TV.

Still, many parents face the constant challenge of being judged and shamed for the way they raise their families, which may be a little out-of-the-box from what many Filipinos have been accustomed to.

As Mother’s Day approaches, PLDT Home tackles the topic of unique parenting styles and real stories of parents who continue to overcome parent-shaming, the struggles of parent guilt, and the challenges of raising young children in this pandemic in its new #NoMomLikeYou video series featuring Andi Manzano-Reyes, Camille Co, and Marie Lozano. 

For Andi Manzano-Reyes, a mother of two girls (Olivia and Amelia), while pandemic parenting has been tough, the solid support system of her loved ones helped her get through and overcome parent guilt.

“Stop second-guessing yourself, go by it daily, and be focused. I’m thankful for the support system I have at home: the whole pandemic has made me realize the core people I need in my life,” she said.

Media personality Marie Lozano shares, “Pre-pandemic, I was out a lot for work and I missed out on a lot of things with my son. This situation where we are now has made me realize what really matters. We have such high expectations for ourselves in how we parent but what matters most is we show or remind our children that we love them.”

As a new mom, Camille Co reveals that there’s a whole lot more about parenting that people don’t see on social media.

She says, “Being able to grow a human inside you and sustain the baby once you give birth is the most special thing that a mother can experience. But it’s not all peaches and cream. Sometimes you get so sad and frustrated and it’s okay. We need to trust the process and enjoy this experience as parents.”

Indeed, there is no one-size-fits-all in parenting. And to honor parents for their relentless efforts and unique ways to raise their children the best way they can, PLDT Home fosters a movement that inspires them to embrace their own parenting styles and support one another to do the same.

As the country’s fastest fixed network, PLDT Home enables families to enjoy the strongest connections that allow them to do all things better and together at home.

PLDT Senior Vice President and Head of Home Business Butch G. Jimenez shares, “Digital connectivity has always been at the core of every home. PLDT continues to innovate and provide the most reliable digital services so that families can stay strongly connected and do better at home with our fastest home broadband.” 

In the new video series, PLDT Home emphasizes that “there’s no time like this and there’s no parent like you.”

Watch the latest heartwarming digital video series in this link: PLDT HOME and join the movement by posting online with the hashtag #NoMomLikeYou.

Globe Telecom Gives Back to Frontliners through Shopee Bayanihan Program

It’s been more than a year into the global pandemic, and everyone’s lives have affected everyone tremendously. However, no group is more affected than frontliners who have been bravely leading the fight against the virus.

Since the onset of the virus outbreak, courageous frontliners have been tirelessly serving the country to treat the sick and try to contain the COVID-19 cases in the country. Recognizing their bravery and selfless acts as modern-day heroes, Globe Telecom partnered with Shopee Bayanihan to give back to frontliners in the country. 

Through Shopee’s Bayanihan Frontliner Package 2021, frontliners will be entitled to various discounts such as P150 off from Globe at Home Prepaid WiFi devices, P100 off for HomeSurf 199 and Go140 promos, P50 off for Surf4All99, topped with Free Shipping Vouchers and 20% discount vouchers valid from May 7 to June 7, 2021 with no minimum spend required. That means any frontliner registered in the Program can get themselves mobile load, data allowance and prepaid wifi with major discounts for a limited time only. 

Globe Telecom, as the leading telecommunication company in the Philippines, has been ushering the change to first-class connectivity within the nation. The company recognizes that its progress was made possible, despite the pandemic, through the valiant efforts of the frontliners. 

For Globe Telecom, giving back to the Filipinos’ invaluable service through the Shopee Bayanihan 2021 was the perfect opportunity. 

“Shopee is happy to partner with Globe to support all our frontliners who are sacrificing their time and effort to fight against the pandemic continuously. Through our platform, people can easily provide help to those in need, particularly our modern-day heroes and their families. We will continue to come up with initiatives like Shopee Bayanihan: Frontliner Package to uplift, encourage, and support the Filipino community,” shared Martin Yu, Shopee Philippines Director. 

Frontliner Package 2021 entitles registered participants to exciting and exclusive Shopee discount vouchers and partner brand vouchers, including Globe Telecom. Interested participants simply need to register in the promo microsite and sign up with their Shopee account. 

Aside from its partnership with Shopee Philippines, Globe Telecom has other ongoing initiatives to help the country fight against COVID-19. These include access to lifeline hotlines, better customer experience, and products to help businesses to remain afloat amid these challenging times. 

The battle against the ongoing pandemic may be far from over, but thanks to the courage and efforts of our modern-day heroes, everyday Filipinos get to stay safe and healthy wherever they are in the country. That’s why Globe Telecom encourages frontliners of the country to take advantage of this humble token of appreciation by registering for the Frontliner Package 2021 today. 

Buy 1 Havaianas and Give 1 to a frontliner hero

We have a lot to be thankful for our frontliner heroes who sacrifice their own health and lives in order to keep many of us safe and healthy.

From healthcare workers to farmers, soldiers, and delivery service workers, frontliners are risking it all every day for the greater good.

As a way of expressing gratitude to them, Havaianas is launching a one-off promo today, March 27, to donate pairs of Havaianas flip-flops to frontliners.

Through the “Buy 1 pair, Donate 1 pair” initiative, Havaianas shoppers who purchase 1 pair through the official Havaianas Store on Shopee can donate 1 pair of Havaianas to a frontliner hero.

Choose from a wide selection of different designs to suit every personality, mood, or occasion.

The designs and materials are perfectly suited for the tropical climate of the Philippines and its relaxed culture, which is greatly beneficial for frontliners as they get to relax their feet after a long tiring day of standing and walking about in constricting shoes and PPEs.

The flip-flops can be worn all day long without sacrificing comfort and quality and instantly brings good vibes to with its colorful prints and cool designs.

Join the initiative at https://shopee.ph/havaianas and be part of a cycle of kindness as #EmpathyLeadsToEmpathy.

5 Inspiring women TikTokers who are changing the world

5 Women Who Inspire and Empower Other Women Online and in the Real World
TikTok celebrates International Women’s Day with #SheShines2021, a webinar showcasing notable female creators who

help make the app a positive and inclusive community.

TikTok takes pride in being a positive and inclusive platform, where women are empowered to express themselves creatively and authentically. Female creators on the app have helped transform TikTok into a real, inspiring, fun, and educational space for all, and they continue to do so each time they share creative new content.

Antoinette Taus (@antoinettetaus)

Filipino-American actress, humanitarian, and Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme, Antoinette Taus, is a long-time fixture in the local entertainment industry. Recognized as one of the most influential role models of the youth of her generation, Antoinette’s main mission is to empower the youth to take the lead in the transition toward a future that is centered on the betterment of people and the planet—without leaving anyone behind.

She founded the non-profit organization “CORA” (Communities Organized for Resource Allocation) and the purpose-driven business “The Sustainable Planet”, which are dedicated to creating sustainable
programs and solutions to help solve global issues focused on hunger, poverty, inequality, mental health, plastic pollution, and climate change.

For Antoinette, in order to be supportive of other women, you must first be kind. “Uplifting each other, being kind to each other, not judging each other. Just imagine, you don’t even have to look for support if naturally we just always tried to either to be kind or uplift everything around us that women and the girls are doing.”

Pau Kimberly (@paukimberly)

Self-love advocate, Pau Kimberly, uses TikTok as a platform to make others feel better about themselves. In a lot of her videos, she encourages her followers, the women in particular, to rise up after each fall. In Pau’s content, one powerful message that we all need to hear shines through – “You are enough.”

“We as a society are not yet used to women standing up for themselves, women that are strong and independent, women that are empowered, women that are not believing in timelines, women that are very career-driven. I use my platform to raise awareness that we shouldn’t care about others’ opinions. We as women are enough, and are worthy, in our own rights.”

Veronica Limcaoco (@beloynica)

Veronica “Ron” Limacaoco is an active member of Girls Got Game PH (@girlsgotgameph), a non-profit organization that works to empower young women through sports. The group organizes roving sports camps in underprivileged areas throughout the Philippines. Here, girls can learn how to play different sports, which helps them build self-confidence. As a result, Girls Got Game PH actually helps to build our country’s future, one self-reliant woman at a time.

Veronica believes that women must work together to empower one another. “There’s no one perfect way to do things like we are all after the same goal – Women empowerment. We are just doing it differently, I might be doing it through sports but in the end, we only have the same goal, and it’s impossible for one person, one organization to do it all. So, the best thing to do is work together.”

Nove-Ann Tan (@ihomeschoolph)

Homeschooling advocate, Nove-Ann Tan, is a hands-on homeschooling mom who also provides support for other homeschoolers. She has also authored two books, “I Homeschool: How to Homeschool Without Losing Your Mind” and “Happy Wife, Happy Life”, and hosts a weekly podcast where she shares valuable insights and information about homeschooling.

For Nove-Ann, it is important to make other women feel that they are not alone in whatever they may be going through.”It’s making a message that ‘Hey, you are not alone, I am here.’ Magtulungan tayo. Never be ashamed of your weakness, of what you’re going through, because you will never know, you’ll be a blessing. May isang taong lang na mag-swipe sa TikTok mo, kahit na isang tao lang ang matulungan sa message mo, it would be very valuable.”

Maica Teves

Maica Teves is the Executive Director of Samahan ng mga Pilipina para sa Reporma at Kaunlaran (SPARK!) Philippines. SPARK! is an NGO composed of women who are committed to help empower and elevate more women to become active partners in national development. Maica feels that there is so much that can be done each day to show support and encouragement towards other women.

“I’ve seen time and time again the tangible results of women supporting other women, and I always say that it always starts with even simple daily interaction. There are many ways that women can empower each other – By being a role model, by offering support, celebrating each other’s wins.”

To know more about their advocacies, please visit wearecora.org, girlsgotgame.ph, and sparkphilippines.org.
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FamiLigtas raises awareness for LGBTQ+ rights

Despite global and localized campaigns that aim to protect and preserve the human rights of groups such as the LGBTQ+ community, huge leaps to solve this societal problem are still a long shot.

In light of 18 Days of Activism, a campaign for no violence against women and children that runs from November 25 to December 12 each year, FamiLigtas reminds us to also include the LGBTQ+ community.

FamiLigtas is a digital campaign against gender-based violence (GBV) in the Philippines during the time of COVID-19. But because GBV is most commonly associated with spousal and domestic violence against women, the experiences of violence among lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders, queers, and other non-binary individuals are often left unheard.

“We advocate for the equal treatment for all persons, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression,” said Sabrina Gacad of Lunas Collective. “While there are numerous urgent challenges facing LGBTQ+ persons worldwide, there are many windows of opportunity to promote and protect their human rights.”

As the LGBTQ+ community continues to fight for the passage of the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Expression (SOGIE) Equality Bill in thecongress, more and more non-binary people continue to experience discrimination, and even violence, at home and in public spaces.

A lack of protection for LGBTQ+ persons

According to Human Rights Watch, only 15% of Filipinos are living in areas with ordinances against discrimination and violence on the basis of SOGIE. The same report also states that the low reporting and intervention of this kind of GBV is caused by the negative messages that the victim-survivors are receiving from authorities.  

Additionally, there is little to no statistical data on the cases of GBV against the LGBTQ+ in the Philippines. Unlike violence against women and children, which has annual report from the Philippine National Police and other government and non-government organizations, GBV cases against LGBTQ+ are often excluded due to low reporting rate and the lack of laws to protect them against discrimination and violence.

“The barangay is an important player in creating a violence-free community. And we need to remember that it is our responsibility to keep the community safe not just for women, but for all gender identities as well,” said local barangay representative.

Kasama ang LGBTQ+ sa pamilya

The family is the most common perpetrator of GBV in the Philippines—whether targeted against women, children, or LGBTQ+ persons. According to the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, LGBTQ+ children are often verbally, emotionally, sexually, and physically abused by their own families. This is due to the notion that the children’s non-conforming gender attitudes are unnatural and immoral. 

“Due to the community quarantines brought on by the COVID pandemic, GBV victim-survivors of all gender identities are trapped inside their homes with their abusers,” said a representative from LGBTQ+ org.

“That’s why we are campaigning for a safe Filipino family. So that we can keep our homes safe, LGBTQ+ persons included.”

LG Philippines revives “Laundry Love” and other aid campaigns for typhoon victims

Even as the storms have passed, a lot of Filipinos are still reeling from being ravaged by typhoon Rolly and Ulysses. Communities have been displaced with people losing their home, leaving them with no shelter and no place to go. In the spirit of makabayan, government agencies, together with private individuals, groups, and corporations, have stepped up to the plate to assist fellow countrymen in their time of need.

LG Philippines has remained steadfast in their resolves to always heed the call for help. The South Korean technology innovator has partnered with groups on the ground in order to hastily offer assistance.

For the typhoon victims from Rizal and Bulacan, LG PH closely collaborated with Walang Maiiwanan PH and JCI Ortigas Inc. to provide help with the community. Donations of shampoos, cleansing foams, toothpastes, and toothbrushes were given to over a thousand indigenous Dumagat families from Sitio Kabuoan Brgy Puray Rodriguez, Rizal, Sitio Suha Brgy San Mateo, and Norzaragay, Bulacan. 

LG Also partnered with Feed Hungry Minds to give assistance to two barangays in Guinobatan, Albay. Approximately 400 families were given the same personal care kits.

LG also visited different communities and evacuation centers in Marikina to help out. They staged their widely popular Laundry Love program in order to help residents and evacuees get access to clean clothing.

Over a span of 3 weeks, LG lent washing machines to the evacuation centers in Nangka Elementary School, Parang Elementary School, Bulelak Covered Court- Brgy Malanday, Homeowners drive Brgy Sto Nino, giving over 1,000 households access to washing machines to clean and sterilize their clothes. LG also gave free repair and check-up services to the affected households.

Speaking with regard to the company’s humanitarian initiatives, LGEPH Managing Director Inkwun Heo says, “We are in awe of Filipinos’ sense of community, especially in great adversity. There is always a natural inclination to want to help. As long as we’re here, we share the same sense of community. We’re always ready to lend a hand, wherever we’re needed.”

Share Hope with SM celebrates modern day heroes

The year 2020 has shown us the truly important things in life. It made us appreciate the little blessings even more, as well as the people who truly make huge sacrifices with even the simplest things that they do.

Since day one of this pandemic, our brave frontliners have been risking their lives to help save and protect more people. Not only are they putting their own health on the line to do the work that needs to be done, they also miss out on a lot of opportunities to enjoy life or spend time with their families without the fear of exposing them to the disease.

SM Supermalls recognizes this great sacrifice and now aims to return the favor with the launch of its Share Hope With SM program, which celebrates our modern day heroes by sharing the joy of Christmas.

Share Hope with SM is a digitized gift mailbox wherein customers can submit their holiday wishes for their nominated front line worker.

For my personal entry, I’m giving a huge shoutout to my friends Councilor Joey Hizon III and Kagawads Ponce Luistro and Doc Roy Resurreccion for all their hard work in their barangay.

It’s admirable to see our frontliners sacrifice their days and nights, and the quality time they should be spending with their families, just to ensure the health and safety of our kababayans. Sometimes, they even go the extra mile to reach out to every family/home to make sure that their needs are being met.

Their proactive efforts, resourcefulness, and resilience deserve to be recognized that’s why I am nominating them for #ShareHopeWithSM.

Show your gratitude to the brave and heroic frontliners in your family, circle of friends or community by visiting the website https://www.smsupermalls.com/sharehopewithsm/

Submit a letter about why you are nominating your chosen frontliner for a chance to gift them with P10,000 worth of SM goft certificates this Christmas.