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Sterling Bank of Asia Gives Back to San Juan City Health Care Workers
Sterling Bank of Asia's (SBA) annual Corporate Social Responsibility Program, tagged as Kind Heart Gives, extends the spirit of Christmas by sharing Noche Buena packages to the frontliners of San Juan Medical Center.
The San Juan Medical Center, a primary healthcare facility that caters to residents and non-residents of San Juan City, plays a critical role in providing essential health services to both COVID and non-COVID patients of the community.
"Our health sector faced tremendous difficulties during the pandemic, but despite these obstacles, they lead in protecting us against the prevailing health crisis," said Paul San Pedro, SBA President and CEO.
“Giving the health care workers a token of appreciation, especially this season, is a small act compared to the sacrifices they have been contributing to make sure our families and communities continue to get the care they need." San Pedro added.
“There’s a great sense of satisfaction when you give back," said Dulce Edillor, SBA's HR Group Head. “To deal with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic is no small feat and our medical workers are risking their lives every day. We hope that these Noche Buena packs will somehow remind them that we are also here for them.” Edillor commented.