‘We look out for each other’: Mayor Jasmin Maligaya-Bautista proudly endorses Magallanes Bayanihan Pantry
The community pantry initiative has reached the Municipality of Magallanes in Cavite. And Mayor Jasmin Maligaya-Bautista proudly endorsed the effort that exemplifies the Filipino spirit of Bayanihan.
“I’m proud to say that we have our own Community Pantry here in Magallanes. Magallanes Bayanihan Pantry ‘Magbigay ayon sa kakayahan, Kumuha batay sa pangangailangan’,” the Maligaya-Bautista said in a Facebook post.
“Nawa po’y matulungan nito ang ating lubos na nangangailangang mga kababayan ngayong panahon ng pandemya.”
The Politiko said donations for the pantry may be coursed through her office. She then thanked the proponents of the initiative in her town.
“Para po sa mga donations in kind or in cash tumatanggap po ang aming tanggapan sa pamamagitan ni Mam Liezette Reduca Nepomuceno ang ating BPL,” she said.
The first community pantry popped up along Maginhawa Street in Quezon City. It was initiated by a concerned citizen to help those who are affected by the COVID-19 lockdown. Days after the effort has gone public, the idea materialized elsewhere in Luzon.
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