EVERY year, fireflies would light up December like magical pixie dust flickering on a 75-foot-tall Christmas tree in parks and malls all over Metro Manila. Fireflies courtesy of Firefly.
Spurring forth despite the uncertainties of 2020, Firefly Electric and Lighting Corporation (FELCO), owner of the Firefly Brand, decides to continue its yearly activity and bring the spirit of the season straight to the hearts that truly yearn for warmth and cheers.
From its annual Christmas tree lighting activations, FELCO rechanneled its efforts and resources to support the frontliners in the private and public hospitals, and foundations. FELCO’s timely Christmas donation worth P2 million, include face masks, face shields, UVC lamps, and air purifiers.
Seven hospitals and charities will receive Firefly Yellow Shield healthcare and protection packages, namely, the Philippine General Hospital, Lung Center of the Philippines, Asian Hospital, The Medical City, St. Luke’s Hospital-BGC, the Philippine Red Cross, and GMA Network’s Kapuso Foundation.
“Every year, we at FELCO, through our flagship lighting brand, Firefly, spark hope and joy through our 75-foot-tall giant Christmas trees all over the Metro. For this year, as we continue to battle and cope with the impact of COVID 19 in our lives, relationships and livelihood, we wish to bring light and hope closer to our communities.
Reaching-out to our Filipino frontliners, and the institutions and foundations that work tirelessly with them is our way of giving-back, and illuminating our will to survive. By lighting up the true spirit of the season, we praise our modern day heroes, and we say, ‘Thank you’.
Above all, we pray for a safer, and brighter 2021 for everyone,” shares Erik Riola, Marketing Director of FELCO.
Firefly Electric Lighting Corporation (FELCO) is the leading partner for lighting, electrical and power solutions in the country, and the trademark owners of the Brands Firefly and Royu. To know more about FELCO’s products and solutions, flicker and click: www.fireflyelectric.com.
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