Honda Philippines donates 104 motorcyles to Red Cross frontliners

  • Honda Philippines Inc donated motorcycles to the Philippine Red Cross
  • 104 motorcycles were donated to help Red Cross frontliners reach those in need even from far flung areas
  • The President of Honda Philippines Mr. Susumu Mitsuishi shared that the donation was their way of giving back to the community

The Philippine Red Cross expressed their appreciation to Honda Philippines Inc for donating motorcycles to their frontliners.

Image by Philippine Red Cross via Facebook

Honda Philippines Inc donated 104 motorcycles to the Philippine Red Cross to help their frontliners extend their assistance to far flung areas.

On the official Facebook of Red Cross, they shared photos during the turn over of the donation. PRC Chairman and CEO Richard Gordon was present to receive the motorcycles and also thanked the company for their generosity.

They wrote, “Maraming salamat, Honda Philippines, Inc., para sa 104 motorcycle units na dadalhin sa iba’t ibang mga chapters ng Philippine Red Cross!”

According to Gordon, the motorcycles will not only help their frontliners but will also benefit the public. Those who are in need of Red Cross’ assistance no longer have to travel to visit their chapters’ offices.

“Malaki ang pasasalamat ni PRC Chairman and CEO Richard Gordon sa naturang donasyon dahil malaki ang maitutulong nito sa pagdadala ng serbisyo ng Red Cross sa mga malalayong kuminidad na hindi na kailangang pumunta sa Red Cross chapters, bagkos ay mahahatiran na ng tulong sa kani-kanilang mga barangay,” the PRC added.

Image by Philippine Red Cross via Facebook

The President of Honda Philippines, Mr. Susumu Mitsuishi, shared that the donation is part of their advocacy to continue helping those in need. It is also their way of showing tribute to the community.

“Honda has always been committed to helping important institutions, like the Philippine Red Cross, in achieving advocacies that save lives. We also consider this project as our way of giving back to the community,” Mr. Mitsuishi said.

Source :