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Mitsubishi PH’s annual blood-donation drive returns

In partnership with the Philippine Red Cross

Once again, Mitsubishi is helping those who need blood. PHOTO FROM MITSUBISHI

During the pandemic, we’ve seen various automakers come up with initiatives to help our medical frontliners and needy countrymen. These have ranged from donations of food to the temporary use of vehicles by hospital staff. This year, one manufacturer is resuming its annual project that will literally benefit the sick from inside their bodies.

These donors gave a little bit of themselves so that others may live. PHOTO FROM MITSUBISHI

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines and Philippine Red Cross have recently restarted their blood-donation drive. This is the former’s social-responsibility initiative that is held at least twice a year since 2016. The blood drive was put on a temporary hiatus during the past two years due to lockdowns and other pandemic-related restrictions.

During this year’s donation drive, 90 employees were able to contribute about 40,500mL of blood. This will apparently benefit at least 270 patients and help alleviate shortages at hospitals and blood banks.

God bless you, Mitsubishi!



Miggi Solidum

Miggi is an editor-at-large at VISOR. Professionally speaking, he is a software engineering dude who happens to like cars a lot. And as an automotive enthusiast, he wants a platform from which he can share his motoring thoughts with fellow petrolheads. He writes the 'G-Force' column.



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