This Year Ender List of the Good News in Good Deeds by Filipinos pays homage to how Pinoys who were also struggling amid the worldwide crisis managed to give back to others in need of help during the coronavirus pandemic that caused illnesses and the loss of income to many.
These are the 6 Best Good News about Good Deeds by Filipinos in 2020 that received the most love from GoodNewsPilipinas.com readers:
6. Maine Mendoza’s “DoNation Drive” for workers
Actress Maine Mendoza put her social media influencer status to good use by raising funds to help workers affected by the Luzon-wide quarantine in March.
Mendoza’s “DoNation Drive” addressed the needs of daily wage workers who were confined at home and had no means of income.
Maine Mendoza begins “DoNation Drive” for workers without pay during quarantine
5. Angel Locsin sets up hospital tents
Actress-philanthropist Angel Locsin launched a fundraiser in March to set up tents for patients in overcrowded hospitals.
Locsin, 2019 Forbes Asia Hero of Philanthropy, also set up cozy tent sleeping quarters for health workers and frontliners who could not go home because of the lockdown.
Angel Locsin raises 1M overnight for #UniTENTweStandPH to set up tents for patients in overcrowded hospitals
4. Marcelito Pomoy gives back to Pinoys
Pilipinas Got Talent Champion and America’s Got Talent 3rd Runner Up winner Marcelito Pomoy gave back blessings to Pinoys in his town of Calauag affected by the public health crisis.
The Pilipinas Got Talent Grand Winner and his family went around their municipality to distribute relief goods.
Got Talent Champion Marcelito Pomoy gives back to Pinoys under lockdown
3. Security guard teaches street kids
Manila security guard Rene Abelita became a teacher to street kids during the lockdown that closed schools to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease.
The Palawan Pawnshop guard posted near Manila’s Arellano University was seen tutoring street children on how to read and write.
Manila security guard Rene Abelita becomes teacher to street kids in lockdown
2. How to make homemade disinfectant
Philippine Normal University chemist Janir Datukan went on television to teach Filipinos how to make homemade disinfectants.
Addressing the shortage of disinfectants on store shelves, the PNU chemist appeared in a March episode of ABS-CBN’s Umagang Kay Ganda, to show how homemade disinfectants can be made out of ordinary household items.
PNU chemist teaches how to make homemade disinfectant amid COVID-19 outbreak
1. Heart Evangelista gives away tablets
Heart Evangelista went on social media in June to ask students to let her know if they need gadgets for online learning from home that was instituted across the country to keep students safe from the coronavirus.
Heart Evangelista gives away tablets for students’ online learning
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