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Philanthropist Angel Locsin goes on “Darna” mode again to help the survivors of Agaton.

ANGEL LOCSIN – Kapamilya actress Angel Locsin goes to Baybay City, Leyte to extend help to people who got affected by Agaton.

Famous actress Angel Locsin has been consistent in helping countrymen during difficult times like typhoons, earthquakes, or any distressing events even before the elections. She is a natural philanthropist, activist, and social entrepreneur. And ever since, she has always been dedicating her spare time to helping others.

And just recently, just shortly after the Typhoon Agaton battered Leyte, she made quick actions again. She went to Baybay City, Leyte to extend help and give out relief goods to families displaced by the typhoon. Some of her photos visiting Baybay City Senior High School emerged online. Also with her is her husband Neil Arce.

It was said in the post that she flew there to “give relief packs to Agaton evacuees”. According to the latest tally of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, Agaton left 172 dead and 110 others missing. 

Over the years, the actress’ presence and initiatives were always visible to help the victims of any calamities. Actually, she was recognized internationally for her humanitarian gestures. She was among Forbes Asia’s “Heroes of Philanthropy” in 2019 and one of Tatler Asia’s “Most Influential” individuals in 2021.

Meanwhile, the actress, during the height of the pandemic, was also among the most visible individuals to help frontliners, health workers, and other people greatly affected by the lockdown. She is admired and looked up highly by many people for being able to live up to her “Darna” role in real life.

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