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Friday, August 28, 2020

Generous Igorot farmer donates 10,000 kilos of vegetables to Raffy Tulfo in Action

Photo Courtesy || Raffy Tulfo in Action
Cordillera- Showing gratitude is one of the commendable values that Cordillerans have inherited from their forefathers. 

Not forgetting one's kindness, sympathy or help have been always taught at home, where children receive their first education from their parents.

A farmer from Benguet, Mr. George Punasen,  was one of the grateful Cordillerans who went to Raffy Tulfo for help way back in August 2016.
Even after a few years have passed, Mr. Punasen did not forget to show his gratitude and give back to the needy.

In August 2020, Mr. Punasen once again approached  Raffy Tulfo in Action's program  not to ask for help but to extend help  and share his blessings in return. 

He donated 10 thousand kilos of assorted vegetables in a 10-wheeler truck, which was then distributed by Raffy Tulfo to Barangay Payatas and Banrangay Common Wealth in Quezon City.
"Salamat ulit kay Mr. George Punasen. Thank you! Maramin kang mapapasaya, mga taga Barangay Payatas at saka mga taga Barangay Common Wealth." Raffy Tulfo said.

Chariman Manuel Co of Barangay  Common Wealth and Chairman Manny Guarin of Payatas have also expressed their gratitude to Mr Punasen's generosity.
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5 Comments:

Unknown said...

Wow...blessings pa more

Anonymous said...

Good job po.. it's always a blessing to share

anne said...

Yessss. A lot of them are really arners with dignity. When they give they give. I've been a recipient of their hospitality after the great earthquake in Baguio City. Going home to My Province at that time was walking for days , hitch ride and sleeping where ever we were stranded. All the time, they clothed us, give us oil to warm our bodies due to rain soaked walking the trails, moubtains, road. They fed us while we were givern the essential "anido" -warming us with talaksan fire and gave us areas to lie down and rest our weary bodies... Yes they are farmers, they have not much but they gave us the most important needs at that time.

Collete said...

God bless you both

Collete said...

God bless you both

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