Handyman Do it Best and Herco Trading launched relief efforts in Legaspi City, Albay and Virac, Catanduanes for communities affected by Super Typhoon Rolly (International Name: Typhoon Goni), which made landfall in the Philippines on November 2, 2020.
With local non-profit partners St. Agnes Academy Alumni Association and the Social Action Center of Diocese of Legazpi in Albay, and the Ando Cua Foundation of in the Municipality of Virac, donations to were distributed to affected families on December 11 and 12, 2020. Donated items consisted of food items, cleaning materials, and Greenfield construction tools and hand tools.
Greenfield hand tools to aid families in building back damaged property.
“Handyman Do it Best envisions itself to be a partner for Filipinos families in building their homes, and in times of calamity, building back is all the more significant. Our hearts go out to those devasted by Typhoon Rolly, and we thank Herco and our local partners for making it possible for us to help Legaspi and Virac,” said Stanley, Group General Manager of Handyman Do it Best.
"Herco is always happy to give back to the community in whatever way we can. We would like to thank Handyman for giving us another opportunity to do so through our recent donation of Greenfield tools which will be used to help rebuild the damaged houses in Virac and Legaspi brought about by the recent typhoons,” said Wayne Coherco, Executive Vice President and COO of Herco Trading.
A Certificate of Appreciation given to Handyman, Greenfield and Herco from Social Action Center, Diocese of Legazpi, Inc.