ROSE Gabat, a resident of Barangay Barangay Don Pedro who is battling a breast cancer (stage 3), gets financial assistance from Malasiqui police led by Col. Wilmer Pagaduan. (PNP photo)
BY LEIZLE BASA INIGO
PANGASINAN – The good deeds of the Calasiao Police appears to have rubbed off on the Malasiqui Police Station.
Inspired and fully motivated, Malasiqui police chief Col. Wilmer Pagaduan and his troops also did a humanitarian effort to celebrate the start of the Women’s Month.
And the lucky one was Rose Gabat, a resident of Barangay Don Pedro who is battling a breast cancer (stage 3).
To her surprise, Gabat received financial help from Pagaduan and company.
They learned of Gabat’s condition through an FB post of a concerned citizen, and according to Lt. Maureen Grace Tarlit of the Police Community Affairs and Development/Women and Children Protection Desk Police Commissioned Officer (PCAD/WCPD PCO), they immediately proceeded to the said barangay to provide financial help.
They also plan to raise fund for her medical needs, especially for her chemotherapy, a deed that will likely be a toast in the province.
Netizens recently lauded the effort of the Calasiao Police for helping a 19-year-old fishball vendor with stage 4 colon cancer fulfill his dream to become a lawman even for just one good day.
The Calasiao police likewise extended financial help to defray the cost of Abulencia’s monthly chemotherapy.
“Good Job mga Sirs/ Maam,” Snappy salute Sir!, One of a kind!” were some of the emojis posted by netizens in their FB accounts in appreciation to the station’s good deed.
And the latest was that the Calasiao Police with the help of Metro Colleges (MC) President Romae de Asis awarded scholarship to the cancer victim.