Got Talent Champion Marcelito Pomoy gives back to Pinoys under lockdown

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Got Talent Champion Marcelito Pomoy
Pilipinas Got Talent Champion and America’s Got Talent 3rd Runner Up winner Marcelito Pomoy gives back blessings to Pinoys in his town of Calauag. Screengrab from Marcelito Pomoy YouTube.

Got Talent Champion Marcelito Pomoy is giving back blessings to Pinoys affected by the public health crisis due to COVID-19 that has put many areas in the Philippines under lockdown.

The Pilipinas Got Talent Grand Winner and his family went around their Municipality to return the blessings he received during his journey on America’s Got Talent: Champions.

The Filipino singer distributed relief goods containing rice, noodles, sardines, coffee, sugar, and even milk to families of market vendors, street vendors, senior citizens, tricycle drivers, construction workers, and many others.

Pomoy, who gained world fame with his multiple singing voices, also gave a sack of rice and grocery items to their own employees.

The man who has been praised around the world for switching effortlessly between soprano and tenor as he sings says that despite conducting charity events for the last 5 years, he could not imagine the kind of crisis now faced by people.

Joane and Marcelito Pomoy bring relief packs to poor communities in lockdown. Photo from Marcelito Pomoy Facebook.

Last April 20, 2020, Pomoy and his wife Joane, with the help of Sangguniang Barangay and Barangay Health Workers, distributed food assistance and milk to a barangay that has been put under total lockdown status.

“I know this is too risky but thinking about those families who really need food and cannot go out because of the total lockdown so we decided to personally go there and distribute it to them in a complete gear (face mask/face shield/gloves)… all the hesitation, sweat, tiredness and thirst fade away upon seeing their happy faces… thanking us and telling us that this is really big help to them because they don’t know where to get food right now especially that they cannot go out to even work to earn money for food.. and I am very much touched with all of these..” Pomoy posted.

“Small amount when combined can help families who are really affected by this pandemic. God bless us all.. continue praying and believing in God Almighty for He is our Saviour… 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼,” Pomoy Tadded.

On his YouTube vlog on March 28, 2020, Pomoy thanked God and those who have helped him since Pilipinas Got Talent up until America’s Got Talent. He also thanked people who helped his charity event.

“It is not easy to go around but the smile on their faces is more than enough. CoronaVirus has just shut down everything, except for the Glory, Power, and Love of God,” Pomoy posted on social media.

Marcelito Pomoy also asked for three things

“First, I would like to ask everyone to please PRAY.. it is in this time that we really need to be one with our dear Lord Jesus Christ for He is the one who can protect us from every evil that threatens our life…

“Second, I am requesting everyone to please STAY HOME.. please do not roam around and avoid acts that would compromise the spread of the virus. Keeping distance is now an act of care for everyone…

“Third, It is the time for us to help one another especially for those in need. So I am asking your good heart if you have been blessed more than you need for right now.. please let me be your way to help those who are needy.. rest assured that your donation will be distributed to those who are in most need…”

Marcelito Pomoy receives thanks for his good deed.

For his act of compassion, Marcelito Pomoy received thank you messages from the netizens.

“The Lord will bless you both. For the kindness that you been doing to our fellow beings. To give them food to eat.you and your wife such an example to all the people around the World that the hardship to distributed those people who desperately needed food eat.. and also milk for the baby… I really admired you Marcelito and your wife Joan. May the Lord showers His blessings to you and your Family circle,” Sally Mond commented.

“What a lovely act of compassion to poverty-stricken part Philippines. You are a legend in talent and heartwarming love and care to your kababayans who are experiencing hardships at this unprecedented difficult times. God bless you and Family,” Vicky Toya Ingram posted.

Last March 18, Marcelito Pomoy posted a cover of Michael Jackson’s “Heal the World” as a healing song for COVID-19 victims.

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