SM Foundation provides aid to Baguio amidst Gastroenteritis outbreak

The SM Foundation, through its longstanding commitment to healthcare initiatives, extended a helping hand to Baguio City on January 12, 2024, in the wake of a recent stomach flu and Acute Gastroenteritis outbreak that affected roughly 3,000 residents. 

The turnover ceremony, held at the City Hall of Baguio City, marks another chapter in the foundation's ongoing mission to improve the lives of Filipinos and foster a healthier nation.

Through a generous donation of essential medicines, the SM group continues to demonstrate its unwavering commitment to supporting communities in need.

This assistance also supports SM Foundation's continuous medical missions, which have helped over 1,200,000 individuals across the country gain access to quality healthcare services. 

SM City Baguio Mall Manager John Philip Baysac, SM Supermalls Regional Operations Manager-North Luzon 1 Rona Correa, ROM, and SM Foundation Senior Project Manager Dr. Bless Bertos prepare the medicine before the turnover.
SMFI’s Dr. Bertos walks through the medicines donated by the SM group with Baguio City Administrator Engr. Bonifacio Dela Peña and Chief of Staff and City Mayor's Office Representative Ms. Samantha Hamada. 
The SM group extends a helping hand to Baguio City on January 12, 2024, in the wake of a recent stomach flu and Acute Gastroenteritis outbreak that affected roughly 3,000 residents of the city.