Publishing house OMF Literature lets readers help frontline workers in Mandaluyong hospitals by purchasing books.
Revenues from this month’s e-book sale of selected OMF Lit titles on Amazon will be donated to the National Center for Mental Health.
The titles include It’s Ok To Be Not OK by Federico Villanueva, Language of Grace by Arnel Tan, Lovestruck Sakit No More by Ronald C. Molmisa, Passion and Power by Various Writers, Enough Is Enough by MelMarie Caparros, A Night Bird Sings of Blindness and Fear by Janina River, Letters to A Single Woman by Karen Huang, Gentle Disciplines by Jonathan Nambu, Grace at Work by Grace D. Chong, Allowance Na Hindi Bitin by Ardy Roberto and Philip Roa, Regret No More by Nelson T. DY, and Heartbreaks and Breakthroughs by Bettinna Carlos.
Collected profits from the aforementioned e-books will be used to provide NCMH workers personal protective equipment, vitamins, disinfectants, and other vital supplies to help them protect and take care of their patients. Currently, there are 75 COVID-19 cases, both patients and health workers, at the medical institution.
Meanwhile, 30 percent of proceeds from books purchased on shop.omflit.com from April 15 to May 15 will go to the health workers of Mandaluyong City Medical Center, the only government hospital within the community where OMF Literature office is located.
Free shipping applies for a minimum order of P500 throughout this period.
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