Gretchen Ho donates bike to teenager who uses roller blades to deliver food

Gretchen Ho donates bike to teenager who uses roller blades to deliver food

- Gretchen Ho is leading a bike donation drive to help those who need it for their job amid COVID-19 crisis

- According to Gretchen, the first recipient of their bike project is the teenager who used roller blades to deliver his food business

- Kean Ramos recently went viral because he was seen using roller blades while delivering food

- The 18-year-old delivery guy shared that he is helping his father who is sick and not capable of working

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Gretchen Ho shared that the first recipient of the donation drive she is leading is the teenager who went viral for using roller blades to deliver food.

KAMI learned that Gretchen is heading the #DonateABikeSaveAJob campaign amid the COVID-19 crisis.

Gretchen Ho donates bike to teenager who uses rollerblades to deliver food

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In a Facebook post, Gretchen handed over the bike to 18-year-old Kean Ramos. According to the celebrity, Kean decided to take over the job of his father as a Grab Food rider because he is sick.

“Our first bike recipient. 18 y/o Kean Ramos receives a bike from the #DonateABikeSaveAJob project,” she wrote.

“Since his dad is sick & can't do his duties as a Grab Food Driver. Kean decided to take the reigns with his own coffee jelly business,” she added.

According to Inquirer, the father of Kean is sick and unable to work. However, they have hospital bills to pay. Kean decided to have his own coffee and chocolate jelly business to help his father.

“Ako po ay nag bebenta ng coffee and Chuckie jelly upang makatulong sa tatay kong may sakit (enlargement of prostate) na naka-catether and unable to work,” he said.

Kean also shared that the roller blades were found by her aunt in Singapore and she gave it to him

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Now that there is still a COVID-19 crisis in the Philippines, many Filipinos ventured into online business as a means of earning income.

In an earlier report by KAMI, a food delivery rider saved a child from drowning in the swimming pool. The incident was caught on CCTV.

KAMI also reported that a man who used to earn a lot as a pilot has now become a food delivery rider for FoodPanda to earn money now that there are strict travel restrictions.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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