DAMOSA Land, Inc. (DLI), through its corporate social responsibility arm Damosa Land Cares, and parent company Anflo Management and Investment Corporation (ANFLOCOR) extended aid to the community by donating agricultural products.

“Agriculture has always played a significant role in our company and the economy of the region. But in this unfortunate time of crisis, we have come to realize how big the industry’s part in the survival and recovery of those who were affected,” Ricardo “Cary” Lagdameo, head of DLI, said in a statement.

DLI provided fruits such as bananas and pomelos to the frontliners in the military and health care workers, such as the Davao City Task Force, Davao Central 911, and PNP Barracks, and the Southern Philippines Medical Center. The bananas came from sister company Tagum Agricultural Development Company, Inc.

The property firm also donated harvested vegetables from Agriya Farm, located in its newly opened mixed-use property Agriya.