Amid COVID-19 pandemic, Ravenas do their share in Cainta

Published March 20, 2020, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By Kristel Satumbaga

The Ravena family, including Alyssa Valdez, packs meals to be distributed to soldiers during the community lockdown due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. (From Chooks-to-Go)
The Ravena family, including Alyssa Valdez, packs meals to be distributed to soldiers during the community lockdown due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. (From Chooks-to-Go)

The Ravena family extended support to the frontliners battling the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the country by distributing packed meals to multiple military checkpoints in Cainta, Rizal.

A photo showed siblings Kiefer, Thirdy and Dani, with parents Bong and Mozzy, as well as Kiefer’s girlfriend Alyssa Valdez and some unidentified persons packing food inside a house.

Another photo showed brothers Kiefer and Thirdy in face masks posing with uniformed soldiers.

Kiefer said it was important to do their part in supporting people who have been sacrificing to protect the city while on lockdown even through small acts.

Brothers Kiefer and Thirdy Ravena (in face masks) distributing meals to soldiers in Cainta, Rizal. (From Chooks-to-Go)
Brothers Kiefer and Thirdy Ravena (in face masks) distributing meals to soldiers in Cainta, Rizal. (From Chooks-to-Go)

“Kahit yung mga health workers, nurses, doctors, scientists and everyone, grabe pasasalamat namin sa kanila. Kahit sa ganito man lang maitulong namin sa kanila,” he said.

Chooks-to-Go helped in the cause by providing roasted chicken for the packed meals.

The whole Luzon region has been under Enhanced Community Quarantine, shutting down everything except those providing bare essentials like hospitals, pharmacies and grocery stores.

Sporting tournaments are also on a standstill.

 

 
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