Award Winning PRURide PH 2020 Kicks Off In March

Award Winning PRURide PH 2020 Kicks Off In March

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Save The Children Philippines Launches “E-Regalo Sa Mga Bata”

For every Php 10,000 raised through E-Regalo sa mga Bata, Save the Children will provide learning kits and life-saving essentials to 20 children.

DOTr Sec. Tugade Urges Drivers Of PUV To Participate In Gov’t’s Service Contract Program

Sa ilalim ng Service Contracting Program ng LTFRB, maaaring makatanggap ng karagdagang kita ang mga drayber na lubos na naapektuhan ang pangkabuhayan dahil sa COVID-19 pandemic.

In New Education Normal, Volunteers Help Fill Crucial Learning Gaps

“I volunteered because I didn’t want these kids to waste their time learning nothing,” says Emy Tarnate, one of the hundreds of volunteers helping children survive an education system altered by a global health crisis.

ECHO, OXFAM, World Vision, And ADRA Partner To Support Goni-Displaced Families In Bicol

World Vision, along with several of its partners, vows to provide immediate aid to the most affected communities in the hard-hit areas of the Bicol region.

Pru Life UK’s highly successful cycling event of the year, PRURide PH 2020 is set to launch on March 11 to 15 in Clark, Pampanga. More than 2,500 cyclists are expected to join, including 18 local and international professional teams, who will race in UCI 2.2 Stage Races accredited by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). Meanwhile, amateur cyclists and hobbyists are expected to pedal for the other events, including the Criterium races, Gran Fondo, Virtual Ride, Fun Cycle, and Striders Cup for kids.

Adding up another merit to its line-up of recognitions, last year’s edition of PRURide PH clinched the Bronze award in the “Best Sponsorship of Sport, Team, Athlete, Venue or Event” in the Philippines category at the recently concluded 5th Sports Industry Awards (SPIA) Asia. This recognition aims to honor and celebrate significant contributions in the development of sports in the region.

To register for and know more about this year’s edition, visit https://www.pruride.ph. Early-bird discounts and limited edition freebies are offered to participants who will register on or before January 15, 2020.
All registered participants will receive a PRURide PH 2020 race kit, while all finishers will be given a finisher medal. Over PHP 2 million worth of cash prizes will be given away.

Velasco Joins Army Reserve Corps

Speaker Lord Allan Velasco on Wednesday took his oath as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Reserve Force of the Philippine Army.

Passion For Community Service Keeps Malabon Riders Going

These motorcycle enthusiasts from Malabon are using motorcycles to support their community!

DOH Assures Funds To Buy Covid-19 Vaccine

Ayon sa Department Health, may sapat na pondo ang ahensya para sa pagbili ng COVID-19 vaccine.

DOLE Orders Release Of Deferred Holiday Pay For Private Workers

May holiday pay ka pa bang hindi pa binibigay?

MYX Mounts Fundraising Show With OPM Artists To Aid Typhoon Victims

Join MYX Philippines’ 20th anniversary benefit show happening this November 21!

World Vision Relief Ops To Cagayan And Isabela Underway

World Vision continues its various relief efforts for communities in Cagayan and Isabela province that have been severely affected the recent typhoons.

Beauty Queens Turn Over Donations For ‘Ulysses’ Victims To AFP

Miss Chinatown beauties and candidates from Mrs. Universe Philippines turned over their donations for the victims of Typhoon Ulysses during their visit to the AFP general headquarters in Camp Aguinaldo.

PH Manages Covid-19 ‘Very Well’ With Low Mortality Rate: Palace

“Pinaninindigan po natin that we have managed COVID-19 very well in this country.” says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque.

No Politics In Covid-19 Vaccination Drive: Palace

“Wala pong pulitika diyan. Kung may pulitika po diyan, gagawin ni Presidente ang ginawa ng naunang presidente at administrasyon, ang mga kalaban ay hindi bibigyan." says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque.

Mati City Remains ‘ASF-Free’

Mati City in Davao Oriental remains free from the African swine fever (ASF) even while its neighboring provinces are registering infections.