After Luzon was placed under strict quarantine, Pasig City was among the first localities in Metro Manila to adopt programs supporting cycling, including the allocation of bike lanes and parking racks.
On August 26, Pilipinas In Action distributed 10 brand new bicycles for the city’s healthcare personnel and community frontliners in a simple turnover ceremony led by Mayor Vico Sotto.
Each of our bike recipients also received a helmet, chain lock, front light, and reflectorized vest.
Bikes for the city of Pasig with Mayor Vico Sotto.
Two days later, on August 28, our team gave out 10 brand new bikes for community frontliners in the City of Caloocan with Mayor Oscar "Oca" Malapitan.
We thank the Filipino Indian Commerce and Welfare Society, Inc., a civic organization founded by members of the Filipino-Indian business community, for providing the bikes and safety gear for our Caloocan frontliners.
With their new bikes, our medical and community frontliners were given an alternative means to safely report for duty and return home to their family.
In Caloocan City, Mayor Oca Malapitan and officers of the Filipino Indian Commerce and Welfare Society, Inc.