- JM de Guzman gave relief goods and hammocks to locally stranded individuals (LSIs) at the Manila North Harbor
- He thanked those who donated for his initiative but also asked that people would donate more hammocks for the stranded people to sleep in
- Last June, JM also volunteered to work with the Philippine Air
Force to distribute relief goods to 150 persons with disability in Navotas City
JM de Guzman extended assistance to passengers who were stranded at the Manila North Harbor.
The actor, along with his friends, distributed relief goods and meals to locally stranded individuals (LSIs) in the aforementioned pier. Aside from the usual canned goods and rice, they also handed out hammocks to help the stranded passengers have something to sleep on.
JM shared on his Instagram a few photos of their initiative. He also asked for more assistance and donations especially hammocks for the stranded people.
He wrote, “Our friends who are stranded because of mcq still need 50 hammocks (duyan). PM me or @ejaymiranda (mastermind) for donations Thanks @sharlgo for the face masks and to the Philippine Coast Guard.”
JM shared that their mission is “special” to him. As he thanked those who extended help, he also asked for more and hoped that they can continue helping more.
“Thank you to those that contributed. More hammocks are needed. But it’s a great start and hoping more can be done,” he wrote.
This isn’t the first time JM gave his time and effort amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Last June, he also worked with the Philippine Air Force to provide relief goods to 150 persons with disability in Navotas City.
Many people were left stranded in transport terminals and piers after the reimposition of MECQ in Metro Manila, Laguna, Cavite, Rizal and Bulacan from Aug. 4 to 18.