Suzuki Philippines, Inc. joins the fight against COVID-19 by lending Raider J Crossover motorcycles to address frontliners’ transport needs, especially nurses and medical personnel.

In partnership with the Office of the Vice President’s (OVP) Angat Buhay Program, Suzuki turned over 10 units of the Raider J Crossover to serve Angat Buhay’s Free Dorm for Healthcare Workers project. Vice President Leni Robredo received all units herself on April 23, 2020.

This flagship anti-poverty campaign program is backed by private partnerships to help people from the marginalized sector and recently to support our front liners in the fight against COVID19. 2 out of their current 11 dormitories, the Teacher’s Village Dorm and Holy Family School in Maginhawa, will benefit from Suzuki’s initiative as tenants are working at East Avenue Medical Center, Philippine Children’s Medical Center, Philippine Lung Center, National Kidney and Transplant Institute and Philippine Heart Center.

The latest bike from the brand, SPH’s Raider J Crossover is efficient and economical, a suitable ride as more commuters prioritize social distancing and prefer motorcycles as their best means of transportation.

“We are one with the whole nation in this fight against COVID19. We hope that these motorcycles help our front liners in their commute to their respective medical facilities efficiently and safely. We will heal and overcome this together as one team Suzuki,” Mr. Akira Utsumi said in a statement.

“Thank you so much Suzuki Philippines for lending these units to us. These motorcycles will go a long way in helping our medical dormers,” said Vice President Leni Robredo.