Imperial Tobacco employees in the Philippines are helping to support the relief efforts being made following the devastation caused by typhoon Haiyan, which struck the country on Nov. 8.
Volunteers from Imperial’s subsidiary, the Philippine Bobbin Corporation (PBC), are packing survival boxes containing water, food and toiletries.
And PBC has said that it will match money raised for aid by those working at its Cavite factory, near the capital, Manila.
Although the factory escaped the worst effects of the typhoon, a large number of its employees have families in the area where the typhoon struck.
In addition, the Altadis Foundation has made a donation to assist the authorities in their work with typhoon survivors and will be sending funds collected from Imperial’s employees.
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