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Sunday, April 18, 2021

Cordillerans replicate Maginhawa community pantry to help fellow residents in need

Photo Courtesy || Miah Jebulan

Cordillera - A group of musicians from Cordillera is among those who followed the viral community pantry which aims to help fellow residents cope with the financial difficulties brought by the pandemic.

The pantry in Baguio is located along 68 Evangelista Street in Barangay Leonila Hill. 

This was the first makeshift community pantry in Cordillera that provides free basic needs to residents who were greatly affected by the pandemic. 

The pantry was installed by local musicians Miah Jebulan, Menchu Mullins, Jenalyn Tristeza, Rosanna Perce, Julie Mallado, and Albert Basilan of the Cordillera Entertainers Baguio-Benguet Based Associations, Inc. 

Photos which was shared by local media outlets shows commodities such as eggs, canned goods, instant noodles and some vegetables were being offered for free to residents who would want to avail them. 

Baguio city was among the communities in the country that followed the act of kindness being initiated to provide help to fellow Filipinos who got nothing to feed for themselves. 

The group is encouraging people with enough food to participate in the program by donating and sharing what they have to the community. 

"Give what you can, Take what you need," the group encouraged. 




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