As Vietnam is facing a devastating surge of the 4th wave of Covid-19 in many cities and provinces, P&G Vietnam continues to step up its commitment to provide support to the government and people in the fight against the pandemic.
The latest announced additional sponsor packages by P&G Vietnam include VND3 billion in cash to help medical frontliners through Binh Duong’s Red Cross and in kind product donation worth VND3.6 billion through Vietnam Red Cross and the Vietnamese Fatherland Front Central Committee in HCMC.
At the same time, P&G Vietnam also provides hygiene kits worth VND3 billion (including hand washing liquid, face masks, vitamins) to its sales and office employees, as well as to employees of its distributors nationwide.
Earlier, since the onset of the Covid-19 outbreak, P&G Vietnam has donated VND5 billion through the Vietnamese Fatherland Front Central Committee in HCMC to purchase personal protective equipment (PPE) kits for the medical front-liners and personal hygiene kits (Safeguard, H&S, Ariel, Gillette) for use at government quarantine camps.
The total amount of donation made by P&G Vietnam since early 2020 up to now is nearly VND15 billion.
Mr. Sai Ramana Ponugoti, Vietnam General Director, said: “P&G has a long history of supporting our communities in times of need all around the world. Since the onset of the Covid-19 outbreak, P&G has stepped up its commitment to be a force for good and we have been working with long-standing partner organizations to provide support to communities, relief agencies and people impacted by this extraordinary situation.”
Beside timely actions to support communities, P&G also reassured that it continues to run its operations to ensure the supply of its products to its consumers and customers at this challenging time. P&G and its employees are working hard to continue making personal care, health and hygienic brands like Safeguard, Ariel, Downy, Head & Shoulders, Rejoice, Pantene, Gillette, Whisper, Pampers… available to Vietnamese consumers through this health emergency, while putting in place additional measures to keep its employees safe.