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LFI sends care packages in Albay (December 24, 2020)

After sending the initial special care packages in Catanduanes last month, the Ladies Foundation Inc has also sent 130 packages in Albay. The packages were distributed among NPC personnel in Daraga, Albay and to host communities in Rapu-Rapuy and Batan islands where NPC operates power plants.

Ambassador Virginia H. Benavidez was glad that the Foundation reached more people to help saying, “we are so touched to know that the beneficiaries were overjoyed and grateful upon receiving their care packages and that the NAPOCOR personnel assigned in Albay decided to give their care packages to the people who need them more in the surrounding areas. Indeed, the spirit of caring and sharing is very much alive in people’s hearts. By GOD’s grace, together we are able to help more families in need as they recover, rebuild and rise up - Bangon Albayanon!”

LFI sends its heartfelt thanks to SPUG Vice-President Rogelio Teves and his team from the NAPOCOR Main Office and the personnel of NAPOCOR office in Daraga, Albay for the distribution of the special care packages and the photos that captured wonderful moments of giving and receiving.

LFI’s Christmas Noche Buena and Care Packages Reach Catanduanes (December 24, 2020)

Just in time for the Noche Buena, the Ladies Foundation’s Christmas and care packages arrived in Catanduanes yesterday for the families in seven additional barangays in Bato and San Miguel who were also greatly affected by recent typhoons.

LFI President Ambassador Virginia H. Benavidez expressed her gratitude to everyone who contributed, packed and delivered the goods to their beneficiaries - Mr. Edwin Tatel, Area Manager of NAPOCOR, Bicol region, Mr. Jesus Tapel, Jr., Project Manager and the team composed of Kareen Tejerero, Darius L. Rebibis, Rouie B. De Quiroz, Alvin T. Leonardo, Jhanjeric S. Borja, Carla Mae D. Vargas, Lora Jean B. Tablizo, Melinda Gurrobat, Fatima Tan, Dave Joseph Camacho, Kenly Torrente and John Wilfred Teves.

“More than words can ever say, these photos of the distribution starting yesterday capture vividly the joyful spirit of giving and sharing GOD’s provisions to many people in Virac and San Andres in Catanduanes. It is our prayer that the beneficiaries will get to know GOD more deeply through the New Testament in the Bicol language and spiritual tracts as well as enjoy the Noche Buena bundles and food items as they celebrate the birthday of JESUS tomorrow.

Through our special care packages, may they know and feel that the love and care of GOD are endless and far-reaching as they put their hope on HIM in rebuilding their lives, livelihoods and homes again,” Amba Gee said.

The Foundation also thanked NPC’s Management Committee headed by President Pio J. Benavidez, the corporation’s personnel including the security and maintenance group for the outpour of donations and logistical support that made the Christmas gift-giving possible. As Amba Gee said, they are BLESSED to BLESS, GIFTED to GIVE and STRENGTHENED to SERVE!

Truly, the best way to serve God is by serving those in need. Glory to Him in everything that LFI does. Merry Christmas everyone!

NPC-LFI Care Packages reach Catanduanes, delight beneficiaries (Nov 24, 2020)

Over the past weekend, NPC-Ladies Foundation’s care packages arrived in Catanduanes and were distributed to National Power Corporation staff and families at the project office, at the homes of the operators, cleaners and security guards, at the Balongbong hydro-electric power pant and Marinawa diesel power plant in Bato.

NPC LFI President Ambassador Virginia H. Benavidez said that this is only the beginning of sending love and care to help and bring joy to our fellow citizens affected by destructive typhoons.

“Their heartwarming smiles and words of appreciation tug our heart strings and inspire us to do more, give more and help more. NPC-LFI will continue to help in whatever way we can to assist more affected families rebuilding their lives in the Bicol region and Cagayan province,” said Ambassador Gee.
The Foundation expresses its deepest gratitude to generous donors from the entire NPC Team, family members, friends, helping hands, prayer warriors and all those who in their own ways extend assistance and support to our fellow Filipinos in great need at this time.

Prior to the delivery of the care packages, Ms. Loida Leona, Secretary of the NPC-LFI Board of Trustees offered heartfelt prayers for the care packages to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the affected families, for the safe travel of the truck ferrying them, for the protection and strength of the drivers and for the safety of the NPC personnel and their families receiving the care packages.

After the prayer and send-off, the Foundation also distributed more special care packages to the service crew and security guards at NPC Main Office affected by the severe flooding in Marikina, Montalban and San Mateo brought about by typhoon Ulysses.

Amba Gee further said, “our experience to be the hands and feet of JESUS to people in need is really awe-inspiring. Making our lives count for others, standing ready, giving, caring and sharing, holding on and leaning on each other like family. SERBISYO at PUSO (Service from the Heart) at its best!”

“For we are GOD’s handiwork, created in CHRIST JESUS to do good works, which GOD prepared in advance for us to do,” (Ephesians 2:10).

NPC LFI sends printers to FNHS in Bohol (20 August 2020)

After the successful virtual turn-over of an ICT classroom to Fatima National High School last July, NPC’s Ladies Foundation Inc. has gifted the school with two brand new printers just in time for the start of another school year.

LFI President Ambassador Virginia H. Benavidez said that the printers are aimed at helping the students to further enhance their ICT skills. The printers will likewise greatly assist the teachers in creating modules for their students in this time of distance learning.

FNHS Principal Ms. Ma. Robilla Espejo expressed her gratitude in behalf of the whole school, saying, “your kindness and generosity warmed our hearts, especially that of our students.

“Thanking, praising and glorifying GOD in everything we do to help our beloved students and teachers during these extremely trying times,” Ambassador Gee said in reply.