XM Donates to GMA Kapuso Foundation to Suppress COVID19

In an attempt to contribute to the societal goals of many different countries and vulnerable communities in need of support, on 7th May XM donated funds to the Philippines-base GMA Kapuso Foundation to suppress COVID-19 in the Philippines.

The worldwide desperate measures to provide treatment for people infected with COVID-19, as well as to protect the health of those exposed to it, continues in the Philippines, too, where foundations such as GMA Kapuso are raising donations in support of as many as seven hospitals to date.

To facilitate the goals of the socio-civic GMA Kapuso that focuses on helping impoverished families, along with delivering medical supplies to frontline workers, XM made a donation to the foundation on 7th May. With the donation, our aim is to contribute to the initiative of GMA Kapuso to help out health workers in hospitals countrywide, whose tireless efforts play a vital role in saving lives.

While the worst of the pandemic seems to have been overcome in several countries, the plight of the deadly virus still poses much threat to the world population. We at XM trust that every act of solidarity is a step towards winning the fight against COVID-19 together, in alliance.

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