Manny Pacquiao, Chooks-to-Go Support QC Community
Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao and Chooks-to-Go continued their mission to help out and bring joy to the country’s vulnerable communities, Thursday afternoon.
This time around, Pacquiao and the staff of Chooks-to-Go went to Manuel Quezon Elementary School in Commonwealth, Quezon City to distribute goods to the thousands of families in Batasan Hills.
“Napaka-importante na magtulungan at magkaisa tayo dahil kung walang pagtutulungan, anong kinabukasan ang meron tayo?” said the world’s only eight-division boxing champion.
The relief goods consisted of medical kits, eight-kilos of rice, canned goods, and, of course, Pacquiao’s favorite chicken, Chooks-to-Go Marinado cut-ups.
“Siyempre may Chooks-to-Go tayong pinamigay dahil gusto ko ring matikman nila ang nag-iisang MP — ang Manok ni Pacman,” said Pacquiao.
For Pacquiao and Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. president Ronald MascarinÞas, giving back is not about counting the cost.
At the end of the day, it’s all about compassion. “Hindi naman kailangan maging malaking halaga para makatulong”.
Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) is the Philippines’ largest rotisserie chicken company. It is also part of the country’s second-largest poultry integrator.
Its brands include Chooks-to-Go, Uling Roasters, and Adobo Connection.
Through its pioneering Zero Antibiotics Chicken program, BAVI leads the local poultry industry in antibiotic stewardship in pursuit of a healthier Philippines.