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LOOK: Dinalupihan residents’ act of kindness went viral

LOOK: Dinalupihan residents’ act of kindness went viral


Time freeze for negativity! While there are a few insensitive people out there hoarding the basic necessities, there are  still more acts of kindness in this troubled situation.

Filipinos are not only known for their hospitality and resilience during times of crisis. We are all also popular for our compassion among people, especially those in great need.


Recently, the famous ‘Bayanihan Spirit‘ ruled in the city of Dinalupihan in Bataan as some residents voluntarily rejected the relief goods given by their local government unit or LGU to be able to cater to poorer families within the community.

Moreover, according to the Philippine Information Agency of Bataan, an estimate of P15 million were allotted for the purchasing of relief goods in Dinalupihan. In fact, this led to 26,500 packs for distribution.

We heal as one

In a Facebook post of DILG Bataan, they boasted of their residents’ attitude and approach to the global pandemic.

Sa mga pamilya na nakaka-angat sa buhay. Sila ay nagpapaskil sa harap ng kanilang mga tahanan/pinto na may na nakasulat na “PASS – IBIGAY sa PAMILYANG MAS NANGANGAILANGAN.

Ito ay para magparaya at ipaubaya sa kanilang mga kabarangay na mas higit na nangangailangan ng mga ipinapamahagi ng LGU Dinalupihan at ng kanilang barangay.

Tunay ngang hindi ka mawawalan kapag ikaw ay nagbigay.

Maraming buhay ang natulungan, hindi lamang ng pisikal na gamit at pagkain, kundi pati na rin ng pagmamahal at pagkalinga.


Yan ang bayanihan spirit sa bayan ng Dinalupihan. #BataanBayanihan #WeHealAsOne

This gesture immediately went viral and gained praise from netizens nationwide. As of this writing, it reached thousands of shares and reactions! Hence, many are now asking others to do the same as the less fortunate are more vulnerable to COVID-19 as they are deprived of basic needs. Kudos to those who give us inspiration in this trying times!


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