Grandma begs on streets to support 11-year-old granddaughter's online class

Grandma begs on streets to support 11-year-old granddaughter's online class

- A grandmother would quietly beg on the streets of Caloocan City in order to support her granddaughter

- Her granddaughter is already orphaned and the poor grandma does not have any other option but to beg on the streets so that her apo could attend her classes

- Lola said that although she sometimes feels ashamed, she just thinks of her granddaughter who is struggling with her broken cellphone for her online class

- Lola is the only one who could support her apo since her husband, the grandpa, is also sick, and she would have to be on the streets for both of them

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Facebook user Jhonroe Yu Cabildo posted a heartbreaking photo of a Lola who was begging on the streets near Monumento Station Caloocan.

She was Lola Laida Gracias of Brgy. 160 in Caloocan City. She narrated that she was begging on the streets because she is supporting her 11-year-old granddaughter.

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The old lady narrated that her apo is having a hard time using her broken cellphone for her online class.

Grandma begs on streets to support 11-year-old granddaughter's online class

Photo: Jhonroe Yu Cabildo
Source: Facebook

She has to beg for her apo because she no longer has any parent left. Lola's husband is also sick, leaving her with no option but to beg on the streets.

Grandma begs on streets to support 11-year-old granddaughter's online class

Photo: Jhonroe Yu Cabildo
Source: Facebook

Hopefully, Lola's plight can reach either Raffy Tulfo in Action or KMJS, so that help could come her way.

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Grandma begs on streets to support 11-year-old granddaughter's online class

Photo: Jhonroe Yu Cabildo
Source: Facebook

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Most of the time, stories go viral because they touch human nature. Other viral stories would involve heartbreaking stories. One example of this is the story about the siblings who were orphaned after their parents died, one after the other.

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