QCPD launches ‘Mobile Kitchen Project’ in cooperation with Christ’s Commission Fellowship

QUEZON City Police District (QCPD) Director PBGEN Ronnie S Montejo leads the launching of ‘Mobile Kitchen Project’ in cooperation with the Christ’s Commission Fellowship headed by its founder and Senior Pastor, Peter Fu Tan-Chi held recently in Brgy. Damayang Lagi, Quezon City.

PBGen Montejo said the project is in adherence to the Chief PNP’s “Kapwa Ko, Sagot Ko”  program which aims to give aid to our underpriviledge kababayans whose livelihood were greatly affected by the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The ‘Mobile Kitchen Project’ aims to provide about 400 packed meals and relief packs to indigent families in Brgy. Damayang Lagi to help ease the situation of these families in these difficult times.

“Nagpapasalamat tayo kay CCF Senior Pastor Tan-Chi sa kanyang koordinasyon sa QCPD Community Affairs Development Division sa pamumuno ni PLTCol Christian V Dela Cruz upang tagumpay na maisagawa ang proyektong ito. Bukod sa tulong na ibinibigay, layon  din ng programang ito na ipadama ang malasakit sa kapwa at pagtutulungan ng bawat isa sa gitna ng hirap dulot ng COVID-19 pandemic”, PBGen Montejo added.

CCF is a non-denominational church founded by Dr. Peter Tan-Chi, based in the Philippines whose main worship center is located at the CCF Center in Ortigas East, Pasig City.