Globe is presently performing emergency response operations for those who have been affected by the flood. They are currently helping out the relief operations of Simbahang Lingkod Bayan, OxFam Philippines, Department of Agriculture and DepEd by providing the volunteer workers with free prepaid load, free internet, and free use of laptops and cellphones to help them send updates and advisories on relief operations.
The company has put up their Libreng Tawag booths in 10 evacuation sites— Concepcion Integrated School, Concepcion, Marikina; Municipal Hall, Navotas City; Brgy. Bagong Silangan,Quezon City; Brgy.Burgos, Dinalupihan,Bataan; Brgy. Daungan, Hermosa, Bataan; Department of Agrarian Reform,Quezon City; Brgy. Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga; Nangka Elementary School, Nangka, Marikina; Provincial Capitol, Malolos, Bulacan; and Mandaluyong Elementary School, Mandaluyong City.
Globe, through its CSR program Globe Bridging Communities, has distributed food (including hot meals), water, and clothes to families who were affected by the flood in Fairview, Payatas and Marikina. According to the company, they’re also planning to team up with Children’s International and VSO Bahaginan to do the same in Caloocan and Hagonoy, Bulacan. They’ve also enlisted their employees to help in the repacking operations of DSWD, and to man soup kitchens at the Malolos Central School.
Globe is also rallying donations in cash, in kind, or through GCASH.