As cooperatives continue to serve and respond to the call of social responsibility during this current crisis, the Sto. Tomas De Villanueva Parish Multi-Purpose Cooperative of Santolan, Pasig City also responded and showed its concern giving top priority to its members. How could be a business operation of a certain cooperative be successful if members themselves fail?
They are doing extra mile by delivering continued service to its members and adopting measures provided under the “Bayanihan to Heal As One Act (RA11469).” The cooperative implements shortened office schedule and skeletal workforce from 8:00AM to 10:00AM, Mondays to Fridays, just to serve the members particularly on the withdrawals of savings in order to give answer to their basic needs. In doing so, they ensure that safety health measures are implemented to all the members who come to their office and transact business. Aside from that, they adopted the “No Penalty No Interest” scheme for loan payments due starting March 15, 2020 until ECQ will be lifted.
To further serve its members, STDVPMPC distributed rice goods to Two Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty-Six (2,786) members utilizing its optional fund in purchasing rice from the local market, and finally, they also distributed in advance the ISCPR of all its members. GOD BLESS to all the officers and members of STDVMPC!