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ABS-CBN Foundation continues efforts to help Filipinos in need

Despite the rains and the community quarantine, ABS-CBN Foundation’s “Pantawid ng Pag-ibig: Pilipino Para sa Pilipino” continues to be there for Filipinos in need through the support of its donors and partners.

ABS-CBN Foundation delivers food packs and hot meals to Filipinos hit by typhoon and pandemic.
ABS-CBN Foundation delivers food packs and hot meals to Filipinos hit by typhoon and pandemic.
 This September alone, over 2,000 Filipino families have already received relief goods composed of food packs, food products, and laundry kits. Among them were 836 families affected by Typhoon Jolina in Ternate and Kawit in Cavite, 450 families in Brgy. Barandal and Brgy. Dila in Laguna, 500 families, and 300 senior citizens in Brgy. San Roque and Minuyan II in Bulacan, 200 families in Brgy. San Isidro, Rodriguez Rizal, and 350 families in Sta. Ana, Manila.

 A thousand individuals were also served hot meals and bread products to avert hunger during this time of pandemic in Hagonoy, Taguig City, and Brgy. Aguho, Pateros.

 ABS-CBN Foundation continues to accept help from donors and partner organizations to serve more Filipinos whose livelihoods are affected by the pandemic. For more details on how to donate, visit www.abs-cbnfoundation.com or the official Facebook page of ABS-CBN Foundation (@abscbnfoundationinc).

Topics: ABS-CBN Foundation , Pantawid ng Pag-ibig: Pilipino Para sa Pilipino , relief goods
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