CLARK FREEPORT – The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) recently donated P140,000 worth of livelihood mobile karts to selected indigent-beneficiaries in Capas, Tarlac.
In a report submitted to CDC President and CEO Noel F. Manankil , AVP for External Affairs Department of CDC (CDC-EAD) Rommel C. Narciso, said 10 “Pangkabuhayan Karts” were turned over to the Municipality of Capas on December 1 during the inauguration of the town’s ‘Walking Street’.
Capas Mayor Reynaldo Catacutan has awarded the karts to the following beneficiaries: Miriam Garcia, Edita P. Dabu and Daniel Taruc from Barangay Cub-Cub; Florentina Aguilar and Lilia Manicdao from Brgy. Cut-Cut 1st; Annie M. Corpuz, Benjamin Cunanan from Brgy. Sto. Rosario; Nancy Aquino and Jackielou dela Cruz from Brgy. Sto. Domingo and Rose Anne David from Brgy. Susuba.
CDC’s Corporate Social Responsibility Program dubbed “Tulong Kabuhayan para sa Maginhawang Buhay” is now on its third year. The program aims to provide additional income to the indigents in Clark’s contiguous areas. The state-run firm was able to donate a total of 28 “Pangkabuhayan Karts” since its inception.
The Department of Social Welfare and Development in Tarlac has also assisted CDC in identifying the qualified recipients.