Paranaque mayor attends social amelioration program payout
Parañaque City - Mayor Eric L. Olivarez and First Lady Aileen Claire Riate-Olivarez graced the payout event of the City Social Amelioration Program held at the Treasury Lounge in Parañaque City Hall today. The program aimed to provide financial assistance to 221 beneficiaries who were affected by the recent fire incidents in the past months: 48 from Barangay Moonwalk, 73 from Barangay Merville, 77 from Barangay Sto. Niño, 22 from Barangay Tambo, and one from Barangay San Antonio.
The City Social Amelioration Program serves as a crucial support system for individuals and families who have experienced unexpected setbacks such as fires. It aims to provide financial aid to those who have been affected, helping them recover and rebuild their lives.
During the payout event, Mayor Eric L. Olivarez and First Lady Aileen Claire Riate-Olivarez personally handed out the financial assistance to the beneficiaries. Their presence symbolized the local government's commitment to assisting the affected residents and ensuring that they receive the support they need in times of crisis.
The City of Parañaque has been actively working to address the needs of its residents, especially those who have faced unfortunate circumstances like fire incidents. By implementing programs like the City Social Amelioration Program, the local government aims to alleviate the financial burden faced by affected individuals and provide them with a lifeline to recover and move forward.
The beneficiaries, coming from different barangays in Parañaque City, expressed their gratitude to Mayor Eric L. Olivarez, First Lady Aileen Claire Riate-Olivarez, and the local government for extending a helping hand during their time of need. The financial assistance they received will go a long way in assisting them in rebuilding their lives and ensuring a brighter future for their families.
Through initiatives like the City Social Amelioration Program, Parañaque City remains committed to the welfare and well-being of its residents. The local government continues to work hand in hand with various sectors and stakeholders to provide assistance, promote community resilience, and uplift the lives of its constituents.
As the beneficiaries receive the financial aid, they are not only given the means to rebuild their homes and livelihoods but also a sense of hope and reassurance that they are not alone in their journey to recovery. The City of Parañaque stands with its residents, supporting them every step of the way and fostering a stronger and more resilient community.
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