- Delivery riders have recently been working harder due to the pandemic
- Just recently, a local community in the Philippines set a community pantry for the riders
- Photos of the riders enjoying the said community pantry has gone viral on social media
- Netizens could not help but be touched by the story as there have been many cases of riders being fooled by fake bookings
Delivery riders have recently been working extra hard, day and night, due to the ongoing pandemic.
As the Philippines entered yet another lockdown, more people have relied on the service of food delivery apps.
Following this news, KAMI learned that a local community in Parañaque has decided to join forces to set up a "community pantry" for the delivery riders in their area.
The said story was shared by a Facebook user, Abu Poblete, who posted the heartwarming news on his social media account.
"Hello guys! May Kuya and Ate Driver Pantry sa tapat ng bahay namin dito sa Better Living. Our hardworking Kuya and Ate Drivers can choose from cup noodles, sky flakes, coffee and cupcakes, pang-merienda lang hehe.
"If game po kayo to donate (money, groceries, anything!), please PM me! Pa-share na rin nitong post baka sakaling may friends kayong willing mag-donate! Hehehehe. Salamat sa mga nag-donate so far!" she wrote.
Many netizens could not help but be touched by the story especially as stories about fooling riders seem to be rampant nowadays.
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As reported earlier by KAMI, a delivery rider cried upon explaining why his delivery got delayed in a viral post on social media.
Meanwhile, a customer who argued with a delivery rider went viral when they took the key of the rider's motor.
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