Jennylyn Mercado, Dennis Trillo to fill 25-ton truck with donations for Cagayan

  • Jennylyn Mercado and Dennis Trillo have a 25-ton truck that they are hoping to fill with donations for affected residents of Typhoon Ulysses
  • The actress said they have already prepared 1,000 bags of relief goods but because the truck is huge, they can still accommodate more donations
  • Dennis said this is a great way to show we care for those who were affected by Ulysses

Jennylyn Mercado and Dennis Trillo are set to send a 25-ton truck full of donations to those affected by Typhoon Ulysses in the Cagayan province.

Image by Jennylyn Mercado via Instagram

The Kapuso actress shared on Instagram a photo of the huge truck which she dubbed as “StarTRUCK”. According to Jennylyn, they already prepared 1,000 bags of relief goods but since the truck is massive, there is still room for more donations.

She wrote, “BESSIES, HELP US FILL THIS ULTIMATE STARTRUCK FOR CAGAYAN SURVIVORS! Calling for your help na punuin natin ng donation itong truck na ito para sa mga nasalanta ng bagyong Ulysses sa Cagayan! Bukod sa mismong truck, may hinahanda na kaming 1000 bags of relief goods. Bilang ang laki nito, there’s room for more donations!”

Jennylyn urged her followers to donate in-kind or in cash donations as this will go a long way for those who are in need in Cagayan.

“Help us provide for the vulnerable and displaced families left in Tuguegarao through @litterbucks’ cookies for a cause, or by sending your monetary or in-kind donations to Litterbucks bago umalis ang team namin papuntang Cagayan next Friday. Wala pong maliit na tulong! YOUR HELP WILL GO A LONG WAY,” she said.

Image by Jennylyn Mercado via Instagram

Dennis also posted a call for donation on his Instagram. He said this will be a good way to show the affected residents that we care for them.

He wrote, “Magkaisa tayo na ipadama na nag-uumapaw at punong punong pagmamahal natin sa kanila sa pamamagitan ng pag-donate at pagpuno ng truck na ito ng kinakailangan nilang pagkain o supplies.”