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PAGCOR releases P30.09 million aid to three beneficiaries

The PAGCOR Board led by Chairman and CEO Andrea Domingo (center) turns to over to Marinduque Governor Presbitero Jose Velasco Jr. (2nd from right) the P28 million financial grant be used for the construction of four covered courts.

Three new beneficiaries received funding for their respective community development projects after the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) released a total of P30.09 million in financial grants on June 21, 2022 at the agency’s Executive Office in Manila.

The provincial governments of Marinduque and Ilocos Sur as well as the Nueva Vizcaya Police Provincial Office received their cash grants from PAGCOR Chairman and CEO Andrea Domingo, who was joined in the distribution of checks by President and COO Alfredo Lim and Directors Gabriel Claudio and James Patrick Bondoc.

Acting Provincial Treasurer of Ilocos Sur Ronnette Victa (3rd from right) receives from PAGCOR’s Board of Directors the P1.89 million grant for the procurement of 55 computer sets to be distributed to ten municipalities and one city in Ilocos Sur. Also in photo is Ilocos Sur’s Local Revenue Collection Officer 3 Lorna Luczon (extreme right).

Marinduque was granted P28 million, which Provincial Governor Presbitero Jose Velasco. Jr. said will be used for the construction of four covered courts in different barangays.

“Napakalaking bagay nitong donasyon sa amin ng PAGCOR dahil maraming tao ang makikinabang sa itatayong covered courts sa apat na barangay sa Marinduque,” he explained. Said structures, Velasco added, can be used as evacuation centers during calamities and venues for various sports and livelihood programs.

Ilocos Sur, meanwhile, received P1.89 million for the procurement of 55 computer sets that will be distributed to ten municipalities and one city in the first legislative district of the province. Acting Provincial Treasurer Ronnette Victa, who represented Governor Ryan Luis Singson received the donation.

The PAGCOR Board turns over P199,833 financial grant to Nueva Vizcaya’s Provincial Police Office. Police Colonel Ranser Evasco (2nd from right) received the the donation.

The state-run gaming firm also turned over P199,833 to the Nueva Vizcaya Police Provincial Office Director Police Colonel Ranser Evasco to finance the purchase of a laptop with printer and a TV set.

“Napakahalaga po ng mga kagamitang aming bibilhin sapagkat halos lahat ng aming conference ngayon eh virtual na. Kaya’t lubos po kaming nagpapasalamat sa PAGCOR sa tulong-pinansyal na kanilang ipinagkaloob sa amin,” Evasco noted.

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