Quarterly placement for Capital Contribution Account (CCA) is now increased to P150,000! Terms & Conditions:
The Armed Forces and Police Savings & Loan Association, Inc (AFPSLAI) received a Plaque of Recognition from the Philippine National Police (PNP) on August 30, 2019 during the PNP’s 26th Health Service Anniversary Celebration held at the PNP Multi-Purpose Hall, Camp Crame, Quezon City. AFPSLAI President & CEO MGen Emeraldo C Magnaye AFP (Ret) received the award from Chief, PNP, PGen Oscar D Albayalde; Director, Health Service, PBGen John D Luglug; and other PNP Officers. The award was given to AFPSLAI in recognition of its contributions to the effective attainment of PNP Health Service’s mission, goals, and objectives.
The event was followed by the blessing and ribbon-cutting of the newly-renovated Emergency Room and Health Information Management Section (HIMS) of the PNP General Hospital in Camp Crame and the handover of AFPSLAI’s donation of one (1) Toyota Hi-Ace ambulance unit. Also present during the ceremony were AFPSLAI Trustees PMGen Edwin C Roque and PBGen Joselito M Vera Cruz; AFPSLAI SVP for Administration, MGen Enrique C Reyes AFP (Ret); and AFPSLAI SVP for Treasury, PBGen Roberto L Aliggayu (Ret).
The P5.68M Emergency Room renovation project and donation of ambulance highlight AFPSLAI’s commitment to providing quality health care services to the men and women of the PNP and their dependents.
AFPSLAI Legazpi Branch, in partnership with Tactical Operations Group 5 (TOG5) conducted Medical Mission in Brgy Matanag, Legazpi on September 14, 2019. The event, a pre-anniversary activity of TOG5, was also participated by other private and government agencies.
On its part, AFPSLAI provided medicines for common illnesses and multivitamins for both children and adults. Bags of rice (5kg per bag) were also provided for the participants giving priority to senior citizens and differently-abled persons. Meals were also provided by AFPSLAI for the medical team.
Doctors from Philippine Coast Guard and Rotary Club of Metro Legazpi provided medical consultations to attendees, while the Philippine Navy and Bureau Fire Protection, Albay conducted free dental services. They also shared the importance of proper dental care to patients and their families. Dios Mabalos Po Foundation gave free eye check-up and eyeglasses, while Bicol University Nursing students conducted blood pressure tests. Philippine Red Cross donated relief goods, hygiene and first aid kits for emergency preparedness of the residents especially those in the vicinity of Mayon Volcano. National Nutrition Council, on the other hand, conducted lectures about physiological adjustments, nutritional requirements and dietary supplements to pregnant and lactating mothers.
Other agencies that participated were Junior Chamber International (JCI) Daraga, Mercury Drug, Boysen, Kapit-Kamay Albay Foundation, SM Foundation, Inc., TESDA Albay and 89.1 Bicol Idol FM Legazpi.
The Medical Mission was quite an early Christmas gift to the residents of Brgy Matanag, Legazpi City. Around 500 residents of the Barangay participated in the event.
Pursuant to Article XI, Sections 4 and 5 of the amended AFPSLAI By-Laws and its implementing rules and regulations, AFPSLAI shall be terminating the membership of those who:
Concerned members should update their membership records not later than December 27, 2019. Membership termination shall commence on January 27, 2020 (Monday). Members whose membership was terminated in accordance with this policy may apply for readmission and shall be treated as new applicants for membership, subject to the same terms and conditions applicable to newly admitted AFPSLAI members.
For more details, visit any AFPSLAI Branch and Extension Office nearest you!