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The Quezon City Health Department expressed its heartfelt gratitude to the Rotary Club of San Francisco Del Monte for their generous donation of four vision screening equipment. This valuable contribution will greatly benefit the local government in assessing the eye health of students in public schools and QCitizens seeking consultations at health centers.

Mayor Joy Belmonte herself received the donation during a turnover ceremony held at the Quezon City Hall. Present to hand over the equipment were Rotary International District 3780 Governor Florian Enriquez and Rotary SFDM President Joan Policarpio. The event was attended by esteemed guests, including District 1 Representative Arjo Atayde, Councilor Bernard Herrera, City Administrator Mike Alimurung, and QC Schools Division Office Superintendent Carlene Sedilla.

The vision screening equipment donated by the Rotary Club of San Francisco Del Monte will play a crucial role in identifying and addressing visual impairments among the city's youth and residents. With these state-of-the-art devices, the Quezon City Health Department will be able to conduct comprehensive eye screenings, enabling early detection and intervention for various eye conditions.


The collaboration between the local government and Rotary Club highlights the importance of public-private partnerships in addressing community needs. The Rotary Club of San Francisco Del Monte has consistently demonstrated its commitment to improving the welfare and well-being of Quezon City residents through their philanthropic initiatives.

Mayor Joy Belmonte expressed her gratitude for the donation, recognizing the significant impact it will have on the health and well-being of Quezon City's population. She commended the Rotary Club of San Francisco Del Monte for their dedication to service and their willingness to contribute to the city's healthcare initiatives.

The vision screening equipment provided by the Rotary Club of San Francisco Del Monte will enhance the capacity of the Quezon City Health Department to deliver efficient and effective eye care services. It is a testament to the power of collaboration and community spirit in creating positive change and improving the lives of QCitizens.

As the city continues to prioritize the health and welfare of its residents, partnerships with organizations like the Rotary Club of San Francisco Del Monte play a crucial role in achieving these goals. The generosity and support of the Rotary Club will undoubtedly make a difference in the lives of those in need, promoting a healthier and more vibrant Quezon City community.

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