Nonoy sacrifices savings to show love to frontliners in hometown Negros
Norman Lee Benjamin Riego on Apr 28, 2020 02:32 PM
(Photos courtesy of Mark Nonoy)
Mark Nonoy is doing well and good as he has been staying safe and staying home during the continuing COVID-19 crisis.
University of Sto. Tomas' point guard of the present and the future has been back in his hometown of La Carlota, Negros Occidental for more than a month now.
And last Monday, Nonoy decided it was high time to do his part to show love to their frontliners. "Gusto ko lang po talagang makatulong sa kanila dahil sa sacrifices nila para mapanatiling safe sa amin," he said.
With that, the 20-year-old and some family members went around to distribute packed meals to police, civil security, and barangay officials.
All of it, coming from Nonoy's own pocket as well as family and friends. "Napag-isipan po kasi naming wala naman kaming masyadong problema sa bahay pagdating sa pagkain kaya napag-isipan kong itulong na lang namin sa mga frontliner," he said.
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