- Gerald Anderson joined the relief efforts of the Philippine Coast Guard in Cagayan and Isabela
- The actor, who is an auxiliary officer of the PCG with the rank of lieutenant, described it as a “fulfilling day”
- According to the PCG, their team provided relief goods to over 4,000 affected families
Gerald Anderson is the latest celebrity to lend a helping hand to those who have been affected by Typhoon Ulysses.
The actor, who is an auxiliary officer of the Philippine Coast Guard with the rank of lieutenant, joined the PCG’s relief efforts for the residents in Isabela and Cagayan.
On Instagram, Gerald shared a few photos of him calling it a “fulfilling day.”
He said, “Fulfilling day. Grateful to be in a position where I can bring amazing people together to help our countrymen. Salamat sa lahat na nagdonate sa mga nasalanta ng #ty
phoonulysses.. At sa Philippine Coast Guard for always supporting me and my team/squadron.. Mabuhay.”
More photos circulated online that showed Gerald distributing relief goods in Tuguegarao, the capital city of Cagayan, and Cauayan, Isabela along with his PCG group. The team arrived in the province via a helicopter.
A netizen named Andresito Dela Cruz showed photos of Gerald and his team handing out relief goods in Cauayan City.
According to the PCG, their team provided aid to over 4,000 families in Isabela and Cagayan. The relief effort was also made in time for the celebration of the 48th anniversary of the Coast Guard Special Oper
ations Force (CGSOF), under the leadership of Commodore Edgardo T Hernando.
“Nasa 1,500 na food packs at saku-sakong bigas ang inihanda ni LCDR Anderson PCGA, habang ilanlibong relief goods naman ang ibinahagi ng Everest Academy Manila, partikular sa mga apektadong pamilya sa 12 na barangay sa Cauayan City, Isabela at limang barangay sa Solana, Cagayan,” the PCG stated.