Exclusive: Child who gave relief goods amid pandemic speaks up after going viral

Exclusive: Child who gave relief goods amid pandemic speaks up after going viral

- A young boy recently became viral on social media for his selfless act amid COVID-19 pandemic

- He was seen repacking relief goods to be distributed to the people in need

- KAMI had a chance to interview the said child after his name became prominent on social media

- He willingly shared some insights about the act of helping no matter the age and the status in life

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The young boy who went viral on social media for distributing relief goods amid the novel coronavirus pandemic has finally spoken up.

KAMI had a chance to interview the “good Samaritan” and he did not hesitate to share some insights about helping other people.

Jhon Paul Rellores stated that doing good for those who are in need is his way to inspire others.

He also mentioned that it does not matter how big or small the help is as long as it will be beneficial to the less-fortunate.

“Pagtulong sa mga kapitbahay na magbigay ng pangunahing kailangan nila katulad ng relief goods dahil kinakailangan at upang magsilbing huwaran at inspirasyon ng mga tao sa aking paligid,” he quipped.

“Sa pagtulong, hindi importante [kung] maliit man o malaki. Ang importante, nakatulong tayo sa kapwa nating nangangailangan sa abot ng ating makakaya,” he added.

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Jhon and his family gave away 5 sacks of rice, 200 pieces of canned goods, noodles, sachets of coffee, and powdered milk.

Watch the exclusive interview below:

In a previous article by KAMI, actress Maine Mendoza also began helping employees who are affected by the Luzon-wide lockdown.

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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!

Source: Kami.com.ph

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