Robredo thanks Bea Alonzo for helping OVP’s relief program for typhoon victims

  • Bea Alonzo’s charity group, I Am Hope Organization, donated relief goods to the Office of the Vice President
  • Vice President Leni Robredo thanked the actress and her group for their support
  • Among the donations Bea gave were canned tuna, milk, coffee, noodles, shampoo, and blankets

Vice President Leni Robredo expressed her appreciation to Bea Alonzo for helping her relief program for the benefit of Typhoon Ulysses victims.

Image by Bea Alonzo via Facebook

On Facebook, Robredo shared a photo of the relief goods donated by Alonzo’s charity group, I Am Hope Organization, to the Office of the Vice President.

“Lubos ang ating pasasalamat sa patuloy na pakikiisa ng I Am Hope Organization, na pinangungunahan nina Rina Navarro at ng aktres na si Bea Alonzo, sa ating mga inisiyatibo!” Robredo said.

Among the goods that Bea’s group sent were canned tuna, milk, coffee, noodles, shampoo, and blankets.

“Kabilang rin sa kanilang ipinaabot na tulong ang 200 hot meals at milk tea na ipinamahagi natin sa evacuees noong dumalaw si VP Leni sa Francisco P. Felix Elementary School sa Cainta, Rizal nitong linggo,” Robredo added.

The Vice President said that many of our affected “kababayans” will truly benefit from the donation. She said, “Malaking bagay ang mga ito para sa ating mga kababayang nasalanta ng mga nagdaang bagyo. Maraming, maraming salamat!”

Image by Bea Alonzo via Facebook

On Alonzo’s Facebook page, she shared more of their donations and relief efforts to residents of Marikina who were affected by the Typhoon Ulysses. They prepared packed meals and relief goods. The actress wrote, “Productive day at the I AM HOPE headquarters. We were able to send relief goods, blankets, and hot meals to Marikina and Cainta. Thank you to our donors and volunteers.”

Alonzo’s I Am Hope Organization has been active in providing help to those in need, especially the COVID-19 pandemic. They were able to give food to frontliners, donate medical supplies to several cities including Pasig City.