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La Salle Green Hills provides shelter to The Medical City health workers

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La Salle Green Hills (LSGH) has offered temporary shelter to health workers of The Medical City (TMC) in Pasig City.

“Continuing to do all our actions for the love of God, LSGH opens its doors for health workers of The Medical City today,” the school said in a post.

“Welcome, dear guests! We hope you find in our school, a refuge, a safe shelter,” it added.

Photos shared on its page showed classrooms that have been converted into sleeping areas for the hospital’s health workers, whome the school called “heroes of TMC.”

“We wish to thank our initial donors for their generosity and similarly continue to request for donations in cash and in kind to help us sustain our safe shelter,” LSGH said.

The De La Salle University and the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde in Manila have also recently opened their doors to street dwellers, offering them food and temporary shelter in this time of health crisis.

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