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    Ginebra players take time out from practice to pitch in for Yolanda survivors

    Dec 6, 2013
    Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings take time out from the ongoing PBA Philippine Cup to help repack relief goods for Typhoon Yolanda survivors. San Miguel Corp.   

    TAKING time out from their hectic schedule in the ongoing PBA Philippine Cup, the players of Barangay Ginebra pitched in to help Typhoon Yolanda survivors.

    All 14 players from the Gin Kings recently volunteered to repack goods for the ongoing relief drive initiated by the franchise’s mother company, San Miguel Corporation.

    The relief goods, together with the players’ personal donations, will be distributed through the San Miguel Foundation to victims of the super typhoon throughout the Visayas region.

    The PBA has taken an active role in the aftermath of the strongest typhoon in recorded history that left more than 5,000 people dead and billions in pesos in damages.

    Recently, several players visited Tacloban City while a group of active and retired PBA players joined members of the entertainment industry in a charity basketball game.

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    Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings take time out from the ongoing PBA Philippine Cup to help repack relief goods for Typhoon Yolanda survivors. San Miguel Corp.   
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