Sen. Manny Pacquiao’s hands made their mark anew Wednesday, this time by sharing blessings to those affected by the recent typhoons as well as the continuing COVID-19 crisis.
The Filipino boxing icon was on hand, together with Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI), inside Glorietta Park in Caloocan’s Brgy. Tala to distribute 1,400 packs of Chooks-to-Go Marinado chicken.
“Lagi naman tayong ganito, sine-share natin ang blessings na binigay ng Panginoon sa atin,” shared Pacquiao who also handed out canned goods, eight-kilos of rice, medical kits, and P1,000 in cash alongside BAVI products.
“‘Di tayo nagdadalawang-isip na tulungan yung mga kababayan nating nagugutom dahil dun tayo galing.”
Caloocan was among the hardest hit by Typhoon Ulysses in Metro Manila, all while still dealing with over 12,000 cases of the coronavirus disease.
With that, the city was grateful for the helping hand extended by the Philippines’ fighting senator and poultry leader.
“Kami po ay nagpapasalamat kay Sen. Manny Pacquiao at sa Chooks-to-Go dahil masayang-masaya ang mga tao sa nabigay ninyong tulong,” expressed city councilor Ana Karina Teh.
Also part of the relief drive was Caloocan Rep. Along Malapitan.