An unknown man has been seen distributing peso bills in a community pantry in Makati City, according to former Bayan Muna lawmaker Teddy Casiño.
Casiño posted a video of the man, who was giving away P100 peso bills to people in the queue of one of Makati’s community pantries.
On Twitter, Casiño shared that the charitable man was seen handing out the bills at Barangay Sta. Cruz Ecoville’s community pantry – located at Vito Cruz Extension corner South Avenue.
He notes that it happened early Thursday (April 22) on the third day of the pantry’s opening.
At the moment, no one has been able to identify the man in question. However, this didn’t stop Casiño from extending his gratitude.
“Hindi nagpakilala. Salamat kung sino ka man!” He said.
The community pantry movement spread like wildfire in different parts of the Philippines, particularly Luzon after initiator Ana Patricia Non set up a charity stall near her residence in Maginhawa, Quezon City.
After gaining attention online, the movement quickly mushroomed with people calling it the Filipinos’ ‘modern Bayanihan.’
The community drive has even reached places outside of the country, particularly in Timor Leste.
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Image credit: Teddy Casiño’s Official Twitter Page