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  • Judy Ann Santos And Family Sent Home-cooked Meals To Taal Evacuees And Volunteers

    Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo started their relief efforts for Taal volcano victims last week.
    by Nikko Tuazon for Pep.ph .
Judy Ann Santos And Family Sent Home-cooked Meals To Taal Evacuees And Volunteers
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  • Last week, the household of Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo had been busy preparing food and relief goods for Taal volcano's victims and volunteers.

    On Thursday night, January 16, 2020, the actress and mom of three updated her Instagram stories with a series of videos.

    Judy Ann annotated: "A thousand packed food from Tita Femi with tinapay. Towels and blankets from our friends, old clothes... Darating lahat po ito diyan sa Rosario," she wrote.

    Rosario is a municipality in Batangas, where some of the evacuation centers are located.

    Judy Ann and family packed meals for Taal volcano evacuees and volunteers.
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    Donated clothes for the people affected by the Taal volcano eruption.
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    In a separate post on her Instagram Story, Judy Ann related how family and friends helped her cook paksiw na baboy for 1,000 people of an evacuation center in Batangas.

    Everyone chipped in and helped prepare the food and pack the clothes.
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    Her nine-year-old son Lucho was one of her helpers. He helped wash the pork to be cooked.

    Lucho helped her mom prep the pork to be cooked.
    PHOTO BY screenshot from @officialjuday/Instagram Stories

    In an Instagram post, the actress also s ahared photo of Ryan leading the team that distributed food and relief goods.

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    Judy Ann said of her husband: "My love... [heart emojis] visited two evacuation centers to give hot meals. #bangontaal"

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    Ryan also shared photos of Judy Ann and Lucho in his Instagram account. He simply wrote: "Always [heart emoji."

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    In another Instagram Story, the Kapamilya actress introduced her "packing team," which included her mom Carolina Lumagui.

    Fresh from his latest deliveries, Ryan quipped that Judy Ann is the "packer" and Mommy Carol is the "mother packer."

    Judy Ann's mommy Carol helped packed the good to be given to victims of the Taal volcano eruption.
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    Judy Ann and Ryan started their personal initiative on Thursday last week, January 15, 2020.

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    In an Instagram post, Judy Ann said her team of volunteers was able to pack relief goods for 35 families.

    She wrote: "These reusable boxes will be sent to 35 families tom."

    The actress also urged everyone to use reusable containers to distribute relief goods.

    "By using reusable boxes, instead of plastic bags ang paglagyan natin ng ating mga tulong sa mga kababayan natin...sabay nating natutulungan mabawasan ang pagdagdag ng basura sa mga evacuation areas.

    "Sama sama tayong babangon para sa mga kababayan nating nangangailangan ng tulong at pagdamay."



    Judy Ann's social media posts are expected to send a message of unity to Batangueños suffering the loss of their farms, houses, and animals.

    The same posts are also expected to inspire others, who have the means and resources, to start their own private initiatives to help out.

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    This story originally appeared on Pep.ph.

    *Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.

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