- Angel Locsin recently ended the fundraiser that she initiated for the people affected by COVID-19
- She used the money to set up sleeping tents for frontliners who struggle going to work because of the lockdown
- Just recently, she showed her kind heart once again as she went to help those people who need blood
- Many showbiz personalities reacted after learning about what the actress did
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Angel Locsin once again became the talk of the town in the online world because of her new selfless action amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
KAMI learned that the multi-awarded actress recently donated blood to the Philippine Red Cross.
She stated that the need for blood in the country never stops although there is a health crisis going on.
She also mentioned that since many people postponed their scheduled donations, she decided to help by adding one bag to the supply.
“With COVID19, many of the donors postponed their scheduled blood donations. But the need for blood never rests and the supply is rapidly dropping,” Angel quipped.
"The Philippine Red Cross [is] in need of more blood donors… Donate blood. Save lives,” she added.
Because of her new initiatives, many showbiz personalities could not hide their admiration to the so-called “real-life Darna.”
The celebrities who reacted were Angelica Panganiban, Iza Calzado, and Neri Naig.
“Wala kang pagod no? Nakaka-inspire,” Angelica wrote.
“Nakaka-proud kayo!” Neri also commented.
In a previous article by , the sanitation tents donated by Angel were removed by the Philippine General Hospital.
Angel Locsin is one of the most popular actresses in the Philippines. She is known for helping other people, especially in times of crisis.
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A Filipino found his own way to help frontliners amid pandemic. “They had to walk an hour, an hour and a half to get to work. I mean, coming from an 8-hour shift sa hospital, tapos palalakarin mo pa yung nurse o kahit security guard. Parang hindi makatarungan, diba?” – on HumanMeter!