- ADJO Moto Club, a group of motorcycle riders, built a lolo his own home
- 88-year-old Feliciano Domingo was living alone in his makeshift dilapidated home until he received the unexpected blessing from the riders
- Lolo Feliciano’s house is made of concrete, has a kitchen and was built within 12 days
A group of kind and generous motorcycle riders built a “lolo” his own decent home.
88-year-old Feliciano Domingo finally has his own house to call home. Lolo Feliciano, who hails from Barangay Maab-abaca, Piddig, in Ilocos Norte is truly thankful that he now has shelter from rain or shine. He has a group of kind-hearted motorcycle riders to thank for his new unexpected blessings.
Lolo Feliciano has been living alone in a makeshift dilapidated shelter but thanks to ADJO Moto Club, he now has a home to call his own. The motorcycle rider group helped raise funds to build a house made on concrete which was finished within 12 days. To make the house a home, they also gave Lolo Feliciano a bed and a decent kitchen for him to prepare his own food.
Netizens were impressed with the group’s good deeds and praised the riders for their generosity. A netizen said that these acts of kindness is a perfect example of how we should make use of God’s blessings to help others in need.
The netizen said, “Spread the good news. As what my grandfather told me that, God gave us two hands not to punish people but to give our helping hands. I do feel happy seeing people doing something good to humanity, God bless us.”
Another netizen also prayed that the kind motorcycle riders would be safe always. He said, “Mas lalo pang pag-iingatan ng Panginoon ang inyong paglalakabay, mga riders. Thank you sa inyo. Sana madami pa ang rider association na tulad niyong matulungin.”