UFC is our home grown Banana Ketchup brand whom we loved for over 50 years. Today, they've grown their product line into various condiments and they've acheived success with hard work, bringing to homes of Filipinos the same kind of love for food and meal UFC is a part of.
This holiday season, UFC wanted to give back to Filipino families and they found it so right to launch their 50 Acts of Kindness campaign. They got the assistance of celebrity endorsers and approached selected families in the country that have been affected by the pandemic, to give them relief from their situation and perhaps an opportunity to save their lives, one family at a time.
For starters, they got Ms. Aiai Delas Alas to bring help to Ronald Sto. Domingo. He's a choreographer and had some projects before the pandemic, but after all that happened these past few months, the loss of livelihood took a toll on his earnings. He resorted to enter the food business and sold products online in order to fend for his family. But he didn't just end there, he also helped other people in the same situation and taught them how to make a living too. Some of his earnings went to frontliners as for him, he finds happiness if he gets to help others, which for UFC finds amazing. So on December 13 and 14, he and other 6 families received the "Sama-samang Sarap ng Pamilya bundle from UFC" which consists of a whole Sari Sari Store, the signage for the business, and tons of Nutriasia products and groceries. They also gave them laptop computers and wifi so they can sustain their business online while the pandemic is happening. They also got Gloc 9 to nominate a family to receive the same package, so that they too feel the spirit of Christmas.
There's a lot to be thankful for, but UFC hopes these 50 acts of kindness would be able to help a lot of people. They also want to help their families, to earn and make a living. Here's hoping they would be able to sustain their businesses, and make this project a success!
That's a nice thing UFC, good job!