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‘Apolitical’ donation: PCSO pledges P5M aid to hospitalized Maute rebels, victims »

marawic displaced residents Calling its charity organization “apolitical,” the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) on Friday announced that it is sending out P5 million worth of medicines and bottled water to victims and evacuees from Marawi City, and medical assistance also to hospitalized and needy members of the Maute Group. In a press conference held at the Lancaster […]

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Arroyo co-accused seeks bail from plunder anew in PCSO case »

Rosario Uriarte Former Philippine Charity Sweepstakes office (PCSO) general manager Rosario Uriarte filed a supplemental motion for bail as she faces trial for the non-bailable charge of plunder in a charity funds mess.

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So how much can you expect from PCSO? »

His must be one of the hardest jobs around. How do you provide help for seriously ill patients with seemingly unlimited medical needs from government’s limited funds?

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Charity begins here »

Hours before dawn, a queue about 100 meters long starts to snake around the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) at the Lung Center of the Philippines in Quezon City.

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SC affirms dismissal of Arroyo plunder cases »

Voting 11-4, the Supreme Court has affirmed its July 2016 decision granting former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s petition seeking the dismissal of her remaining plunder case before the Sandiganbayan regarding the alleged misuse of P366-million fund from the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO).

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