Cops, Soldiers Manning Community Pantry in Capas Entertain People Queuing
Community Pantry in Capas never gets boring as cops and soldiers manning are offering free dance show to entertain people queuing.
Several police officers, troops, village watchmen, and volunteers in Capas, Tarlac, regaled residents in line at a community pantry with their dancing skills. The Capas Police Chief joined the law enforcement officers in the talent show.
They were all dancing the “budots” dance craze, which was popularized by the Camusboys from Davao City. People in line did not mind the long line in the food-sharing initiative because of the entertainment.
Communities have started their own free pantries for the poor in the midst of the recent lockdowns inside the NCR Plus Bubble. Those that can afford to donate can do so, and those in need can take whatever they need.
Since Ana Patricia Non founded the first Maginhawa Community Pantry, this simple idea has spread throughout the Philippines and gained popularity. The Maginhawa Street community pantry has been replicated in many locations, allowing more low-income families to find sources of regular sustenance.
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