Noble House Distribution Enterprise Inc., responsible for fashion boutiques like Cul-De-Sac, Distinqt, and Akimbo among other style labels, extends its support those in need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Noble House Inc., joins Project Ugnayan, a collaboration between several business groups in cooperation with the Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF) in an initiative to aid over 7 million locals in poor communities.
Project Ugnayan has two components. The first is Project Damayan led by Caritas Manila: this project seeks to provide P1,000 gift vouchers redeemable at supermarkets to more than 1 million families in Greater Metro Manila.
The second is the Pantawid ng Pag-ibig program led by ABS-CBN: food and basic necessities are purchased for those unable to make a living during this crisis and handed over to local government units for distribution.
A recent update from PDRF reveals that Project Damayan has reached 1.071 million families or 5,354,270 people while Pantawid ng Pag-ibig has given food packs to more than 230,000 families or 1,194,270 people
Together with the project’s donors, we share the same philosophy in this moment of crisis and are in full support of Project Ugnayan’s vision to provide assistance where it can.