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Amid COVID-19 pandemic, Adamson softball team packs relief goods for people in need

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, Adamson softball team packs relief goods for people in need

By Kristel Satumbaga

The Adamson softball team has joined the cause of helping people in need during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Members of the Adamson softball team pack relief goods to be distributed for people in need during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Members of the Adamson softball team pack relief goods to be distributed for people in need during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

The Lady Falcons recently spent their time during Enhanced Community Quarantine at their dormitories by packing relief goods from parishioners of San Vincent de Paul Church that will be distributed in various parts of Manila.

The move is the team’s way of supporting the Vincentian priests’ “Charity Over Virus Indifference and Despair” and “Facemasks: Cover Your Face, Not Your Hearts” programs.

Adamson coach Ana Santiago said every small help counts and they are grateful to be part of this endeavor.

The Lady Falcons are gunning for a 10th straight UAAP softball title last February until tournament was suspended due to the pandemic.

Santiago said some of her athletes were not able to go home to their provinces prior to the quarantine, but made use of their time to lend a helping hand.

 AMI

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