- “Eat Bulaga” is one of the most popular television shows in the Philippines
- Recently, it partnered with Hanabishi in donating appliances to a hospital in Pasig City
- The show and its partner gave away electric fans to be used by COVID-19 patients
- Many netizens were amazed after learning about the donations of “Eat Bulaga”
A lot of netizens were amazed after knowing that “Eat Bulaga” has donated appliances to the Pasig City Children’s Hospital (PCCH) amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
KAMI learned the said medical facility houses patients who tested positive for the 2019 novel coronavirus disease or COVID-19.
The longest-running noontime show in the Philippines teamed up with Hanabishi in donating electric fans to be used by infected patients.
The generous act primarily aimed to bring comfort to the Filipinos who are suffering from the dreadful disease.
“We have teamed up with 'Eat Bulaga' once again for an even more meaningful purpose in support of the frontliners in PCCH,” Cherish Ong-Chua, the vice president for Operations and Marketing of Hanabishi, stated.
“Before the enhanced community quarantine, we have partnered with EB to show Filipinos that Hanabishi is there to make their lives comfortable. In these trying times, we have joined them to bring comfort to those who need it most,” she added.
Some netizens could not help but express their admiration to “Eat Bulaga” and its partner for their generosity amid these trying times.
They also pointed out that the donations were given to Pasig City where the son of Vic Sotto is the local chief executive.
“Thanks for being there for Vico, giving support to your son. God bless!” a social media user commented.
“Ang gara talaga ng Eat Bulaga pati partners nila. Thank you, bossing! Malaking tulong yan sa mga pasyente!” another netizen said.
In a previous article by KAMI, Vice Ganda repeatedly mentioned “Eat Bulaga” while hosting “It’s Showtime.”
“Eat Bulaga” is a prominent noontime show in the Kapuso network. It is hosted by Vic Sotto, Joey de Leon, and Tito Sotto. The said program has been airing on television since 1979.
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A Filipino found his own way to help frontliners amid pandemic. “They had to walk an hour, an hour and a half to get to work. I mean, coming from an 8-hour shift sa hospital, tapos palalakarin mo pa yung nurse o kahit security guard. Parang hindi makatarungan, diba?” – on HumanMeter!