‘Pinuno’ Lito Lapid donates rice, food packs, vitamins to Porac thru son Maynard
Sen. Lito Lapid donated several sacks of rice and food packs to indigent families in different barangays of Porac, as well as vitamins, thermal scanners and face shields for frontline health workers of the town.
On Wednesday, the actor and former Pampanga governor led the distribution of food packs with his son Maynard Lapid, who is a councilor of Porac.
According to Maynard, the barangays will receive 20 sacks of denurado rice each.
“Barangay Councils will choose recipients since they have the lists of indigent families from their respective barangays,” he said.
Maynard also posted pictures of himself and his father helping stack the food packs into a truck that would be used to distribute the goods.
“Batid ng ating ‘Pinuno’ sa Senado, na si Sen Lito Lapid ang hirap ng ating mga kababayan lalo sa pagbili ng makakain sa araw-araw ngayong nasa ilalim tayo ng Enhanced Community Quarantine,” a statement read.
“Kaya to the rescue si Senador Lapid sa mga Cabalen para mamigay ng pagkain para masigurong walang magugutom sa gitna ng krisis na dulot ng COVID 19,” according to the statement.
The senator and his son also donated face shields and thermal scanners for the frontliners of Porac.
“Naka-lockdown man ang buong Luzon, hindi mapipigil si ‘Pinuno’ sa pagtulong dahil una sa puso nya ang mga kababayan nating nangangailangan.”
Lapid revived his popularity after playing a rebel character known as “Pinuno” in the ABS-CBN action series “Ang Probinsyano.”
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