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Donnalyn Bartolome more helpful to typhoon victims than public officials after donating rescue boats, say netizens

Why can’t the government do what Donnalyn did?

Vlogger Donnalyn Bartolome is getting praised on social media after donating rescue boats to the areas of Rizal and Marikina.

She said her team is trying their best to send the boats to those who need them the most.

“Boats delivered to Montalban, Rizal. Get to safety everyone (read the post). Otw to Marikina right now to deliver more boats but natirikan ako guys dahil sa baha. So sorry we are trying our best please wait lang po. MARIKINA WAIT PO you’re next na, rescuers pls standby,” Donnalyn said in social media post.

Boats delivered to Montalban Rizal. Get to safety everyone (read the post)🙏🏻 Otw to Marikina right now to deliver more…

Posted by Donnalyn Bartolome on Wednesday, November 11, 2020

The 26-year old also asked for people to volunteer in rescue efforts, and she’d have no problem paying them to do such.

“MARIKINA and RIZAL residents sino ang gusto mag-volunteer for rescue? Marunong magsagwan at lumangoy, kahit magbayad ako. I’m buying boats na so let me know asap! Need na ng help ng barangays dahil lagi na busy ang lines nila. God help those who need you please please,” she added.

MARIKINA and RIZAL residents sino ang gusto magvolunteer for rescue? Marunong magsagwan at lumangoy, kahit magbayad ako….

Posted by Donnalyn Bartolome on Wednesday, November 11, 2020

She urged more help for Rizal since it was the most affected.

“Inform lang po ako na Rizal needs you more now according to an official I’ve spoken to in Marikina. Unfortunately RIZAL IS STILL IN DANGER. The boats we brought are saving others but we could save more,” she said.

Donnalyn is not the richest social media influencer out there, but it seems she’s only one of the few to provide assistance in rescuing stranded typhoon victims, said netizens.

Why can’t the government do what Donnalyn did?

Other celebs like Jericho Rosales and Kim Jones gave away their surfboards so they can be used as flotation devices in assisting flood victims.

The couple then started a fundraiser with their friend Marinez Elizalde which allows local and international donors to donate in the purchasing of food, clothing, and water for typhoon victims.

On her part, Miss Universe Philippines fourth runner-up Billie Hakenson raised funds for relief efforts by hosting a live auction on Kumu.

Comedian Macoy Dubs donated basic necessities to Mandaluyong City.

Bianca Gonzalez shared fundraising campaigns for typhoon relief.

Angel Locsin also did the same.


Written by JO-EST B. TAN

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