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Relief packs for Ulysses victims

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SM Foundation mobilizes its Operation: Tulong Express to distribute relief bags to residents of all areas affected by Typhoon Ulysses with 44 malls nationwide participating.

Each relief bag contains rice, instant cup noodles, sardines, assorted canned tuna caldereta/ meat and bottled water. The distribution started last night. 

In Barangay Tumana, Marikina City 1,970 Kalinga packs were distributed while 2,000 packs were turned over to San Mateo beneficiaries.

According to SM Foundation Executive Director Debbie Sy, it will take more time to reach barangays that are still submerged in water.

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