Syrian vlogger starts giving away iPads to students, online sellers

  • Basel Manadil, also known as the Hungry Syrian Wanderer, gave away Apple iPads and wifi modems to students and online sellers
  • He said he understands the need of his “kababayans” and wants to help as much as he can
  • The generous vlogger said he used his savings and talent fee so he can purchase the gadgets and modems

A generous Syrian vlogger is helping several students and entrepreneurs by giving them tablets.

Image by The Hungry Syrian Wanderer via Facebook

Basel Manadil, also known as the Hungry Syrian Wanderer, is again impressing many netizens with his generosity and kindness. While he may be a Syrian national, Basel always finds ways to show random acts of kindness to Filipinos in need. This time, Basel decided to answer to the needs of many students and Filipinos trying to earn online. Basel decided to give away iPads for virtual learning and online selling. He also gave away free wifi modems.

Basel said he understands the problems of many in these challenging times. He wrote on Facebook, “While the lockdown has closed off from certain parts of life, for some Filipinos, this situation has made dreams even more unreachable than before. As a result, they are looking for ways on how to cope and move on with life. ”

Basel said he used his own and saved for months to be able to purchase the gadgets for his giveaway. He also made use of the talent fee he received to buy more wifi modems.

Image by The Hungry Syrian Wanderer via Facebook

He said, “The past two months I have been saving and doing tablet giveaways and I’m so happy to have partnered with Globe At Home Prepaid Wifi because the talent fee that I received, instead of using it for myself self I will be using it to fund my tablet giveaways so I can bless more people move forward with life by learning and earning from home.”

Just like his previous charity works, Basel said his mission is really to bring back the spirit of “bayanihan” among Filipinos. He urged others to send help in any simple way they can.

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