About 850 families and 600 children in Mariveles benefitted from Tinig’s modified community pantry project. The families received groceries and the children food items from the “On-Wheels Door to Door Pantry” of Tinig. The beneficiaries were from two barangays of Mariveles.
Tinig founder Kenneth Manalili said the modified set up of grocery and food distribution was adopted to follow the health protocols.
“Nais naming mai-dokumento ang mga ganitong uri ng aktibidad ng sa gayon ay maipaalam din sa kinauukulan ang kalagayan ng ating mga kababayang kapos lalo na sa panahon ng pandemya”, he said.
Manalili expressed gratitude to those who helped the Tinig’s project as he vowed to continue helping the needy especially in this time of pandemic.