Panasonic donates air-conditioning units to the Lung Center

Panasonic Air-Conditioning Philippines Chief Executive Officer Masaru
Toyota turns over the units to Lung Center of the Philippines Executive
Director Vincent Balanag Jr. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

PANASONIC has been driving its global advocacy for cleaner and fresher quality air for life through the years. In the commitment to help Filipinos who continue to struggle with the pandamic, the company shared its window-type air conditioner (CW-XC185EPH) with comfort cool and antibacterial filter to support safer air in patient wards and nurses’ stations at 10 selected local medical institutions.

One of the donations was made on Oct. 4, when Panasonic Air-Conditioning Philippines CEO Masaru Toyota turned over the units to Dr. Vincent Balanag Jr., Executive Director of the Lung Center of the Philippines.

“We offer this donation as a reward to all dedicated front liners of the Lung Center of the Philippines, for all of their hard work during these tough times of the pandemic,” Toyota reiterated.

Panasonic Window-type Air Conditioners were also donated to other beneficiaries and received by their respective representatives: San Lazaro Hospital; Manila Doctors Hospital; Manila Medical Center Hospital; San Juan de Dios Hospital; Adventist Medical Center; Rizal Medical Center; Philippine General Hospital; National Kidney and Transplant Institute and Mary Mediatrix Medical Center.