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Uniqlo Philippines, SM Foundation donate Uniqlo Lifewear for frontliners


City Health Office(CHO) doctors headed by Dr. Rodrick Bustamante with SM City Olongapo Central Asst. Mall Manager Engr. Ariel I. Ferrer.


In celebration of Uniqlo #ThankyouFestival, Uniqlo Philippines has partnered with SM Foundation (SMFI) to reach various communities and distribute Uniqlo Life Wear (Dry T-shirts) to frontliners including James L. Gordon Memorial Hospital, Olongapo City Health Office, PNP personnel, BFP personnel, Office of Traffic Management and Public Safety, local media and other frontliners in Olongapo City who work timelessly everyday to keep everyone healthy and moving. A simple gesture to show appreciation for the hard work of our healthcare workers and frontliners.

James L. Gordon Memorial Hospital nurses and staff with SM City Olongapo Downtown Asst. Mall Manager Michelle Charlene B. Chua.
Olongapo City Police Office (OCPO) with Station 3 Commander PMaj Edmer P. Gloria

The said shirts are smooth and comfortable with a casual, cotton-like texture. It is also newly updated with a contoured silhouette for easy movement and added DRY technology. Through this clothing technology of Uniqlo, frontliners will be comfortable under those layers of PPEs especially that Philippines is a tropical country.

Office of Traffic Management and Public Safety (OTMPS) with Major Camilo G. Pablo and SM City Olongapo Central CRS Manager Michael Mungcal.
Members of the local media
Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)

It can be recalled that Uniqlo Philippines and SM Foundation have been constantly collaborating for the purpose of social good. Aside from LifeWear, they also donated various health essentials and food packs to those affected by various calamities recently.

The Dry T-shirts were distributed to 45 targeted hospitals in 23 cities nationwide.



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