Pasig City gov’t gives away Christmas food packs to city residents
MANILA, Philippines — The Pasig City government started the distribution of food packs to city residents on Saturday as part of its “Pamaskong Handog” (Christmas offering) program.
According to the Pasig City Public Information Office, this is an ongoing program and it will announce the schedule of distributions everyday.
The Pasig City government said the food packs will be delivered to the homes of residents.
“Isang pamilya, isang PasigPass QR Code, isang Pamaskong Handog. Kung may tatlong pamilya sa isang bahay, tatlong PasigPass QR code ang kailangan ipa-scan, at tatlong Pamaskong handog packs ang matatanggap,” the Pasig LGU instructed in its post.
(One family, one PasigPass QR Code, one Pamaskong Handog. If three families live in one house, three PasigPass QR Codes are needed to be scanned and they will receive three Pamaskong Handog).
The Pasig City government said residents should also prepare their proofs of identity to receive the Christmas food packs. Should no one be at home at the time of distribution, the distribution team will leave instructions on how to claim the food pack.
Some Pasig City residents were already able to receive their food packs, such as Em-em Cilo Oson. Oson showed INQUIRER.net the giveaway she received, which includes canned goods, pasta, chocolate drinks and more.
She explained that they have two families in her house, so they received two food packs.
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