MLHUILLER (ML) in cooperation with OPEC Sandugo reached out to kids in Sierra Bullones and provided lighted signage and school supplies as part of the outreach program of the company on Friday.
In a statement provided to the Bohol Tribune, OPEC Sandugo travelled 72 kilometers from about two-hour drive from Tagbilaran City to the top hill and rocky road of barangay Nan-od, Sierra Bullones. The task of delivering these goods of love from ML was inspiring and generous.
This activity was actually the first activity that was joined back from the newly comeback Regional Manager Erik Boyles and area managers; Roy John Rivera, Jaime Dellosa, Alexandria Bansag and Gyrose Cajote.
They were joined by OPEC officers Teofila Shirajam, Maria Edna Alibo, Ma Theresa Arancon, Julius Villas, Dale Jane Agustine, Riza Cruda as well as volunteers Michael Sinagpulo and Sherwin Abaniel.
The team assembled at Tagbilaran 4:00 am and then we arrived at our destination at around 10:30am.
After that the speeches a program presentation followed.
One of the presentations was a soothing rendition of acoustic revivals with blending duet.
The kids’ eyes glowed with glee during the turn over of the school supplies such as bags, notebooks and pencils.
Snacks were also served to the participants.
ML has been reaching out to kids in an effort to help them in fulfilling their dreams as they hold the hopes of the future.