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As the National Capital Region continues to be the Covid-19 hotspot of the Philippines, residents have started an initiative to help each other out amid the implementation of lockdowns.
Case in point, photos recently went viral on social meda, showing community pantry initiatives launched by locals so they can promote the concept of sharing and taking depending on people’s needs.
According to a report, the first of these community pantries was spotted on Maginhawa, Quezon City.
Photos circulating on social media showed community pantries popping up in different areas, just days after the first pantry along Maginhawa Street in Quezon City went viral on social media after business owner Ana Patricia Non set up a bamboo cart beside a tree.
Eventually, farmers from Paniqui, Tarlac went ahead and donated sacks of sweet potatoes.
Although the public pantry was her idea, Non refuses to take credit for it, emphasizing that it’s a community effort after all.
“We set up a table with free goods beside the Mang Tootz Food House on P, Noval in Sampaloc, Manila,” shared netizen Toots Vergara.
Vergara admitted, “We were initially skeptical that people would take advantage of the contents of the pantry but it turns out people would only get what they need.”
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