32 corporate volunteers from Japan Tobacco International (JTI) spent a day with Lolos and Lolas from “Kanlungan ni Maria”.
The volunteers had meaningful conversations with them, had lunch and different activities together. They also provided medical needs, facility’s supplies and groceries. The total number of volunteer hours acquired was 650 hours from the original target of 300.
JTI has always been a partner of Hands on Manila. They consistently render Grey and Free projects for KNM.