Vic Manuel and his wife Annalyn spent their “monthsary date” last Thursday helping those affected by the crippling effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The two brought along some help, then roamed the streets of Cainta, Rizal, giving food to the homeless as well as the military and policemen who are in the frontline of battling the virus.
“Sarap sa pakiramdam na nakakatulong ka kahit papano, maliit man o malaking bagay,” Manuel wrote in his Instagram post.
The Alaska Aces star admitted that it made him emotional upon seeing the situation of some of his kababayans given the current state of the country due to the pandemic.
Luzon has been under enhanced community quarantines for three weeks now, and there is a chance that it can be extended depending on the progress of the country’s fight against COVID-19.
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Sarap s pakiramdam n nakakatulong ka kahit panu, maliit man o malaking bagay! Masakit lang makita n nkikita mo silang ganyan. ? D ko maiwasan maging emosyonal ? Kaya nag papa salamat ako kay LORD! Maswerte pdn ako at ang pamilya ko. ??♂️ Thankyou mami @annalyn_0302 s supporta. #ourmonthsarrydate Salamat mga kuys MC, @kevinvillones @bimb_nitsuga ?♂️
“Masakit lang makita na nakikita mo silang ganiyan. Di ko maiwasan maging emosyonal,” Manuel wrote.
“Kaya nag papa salamat ako kay Lord! Masuwerte pdn ako at ang pamilya ko.”
This has been the second time this week that Manuel and his family extended a helping hand during this crisis.
Last March 29, Manuel had also given packed meals to the homeless as well as to the security guards of their village.