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Taal disaster response: Happy Ongpauco-Tiu packs relief goods with her kids

Happy Ongpauco-Tiu is just happy to help.

Happy Ongpauco-Tiu is just happy to help.

It comes as no surprise as she grew up with a father who had a heart of gold.

“Growing up , whenever there was a calamity , my Dad would set up a Barrio Fiesta soup kitchen and we would brave the places just to feed the victims,” she recalled.

“I remember going to Pinatubo to give lugaw to the Aetas’ relocation site after the eruption, I also remember riding big trucks just to go thru the flood during big storms just to reach the evacuation centres to bring food. During Ondoy, we also set up a soup Camp in Crame to help feed the hungry,” Happy said.

Her dad instilled in their hearts that they are privileged to help those in need. “My dad would always remind my sisters and I not to rejoice because school was called off —but instead, we should reflect and be grateful that we are in the position of being able to help others.”

Happy gives back and carries the heart to help even now as she is already a wife and a mother.

She invited the whole family to pack some relief goods so they would be able to help in their own way.

“To our dear friends who donated and helped us packed today, thank you from the bottom of our hearts!!!❤️❤️❤️ Sharing this video to hopefully inspire others . We can all help in our small little ways to make a Big difference in the lives of others❤️” she finished her caption.

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Growing up , whenever there was a calamity , my Dad would set up a Barrio Fiesta soup kitchen and we would brave the places just to feed the victims . I remember going to Pinatubo to give lugaw to the Aetas’ relocation site after the eruption, I also remember riding big trucks just to go thru the flood during big storms just to reach the evacuation centres to bring food . During Ondoy, we also set up a soup Camp in crame to help feed the hungry. My dad would always remind my sisters and I not to rejoice because school was called off ——but instead , we should reflect and be grateful that we are in the position of being able to help others . This time , it’s my turn to teach my Children these values. They are still too young to go and brave those places….. so here they are now , packing some relief goods for the taaleños and helping out in their own little way ❤️ I am so proud of them! To our dear friends who donated and helped us packed today, thank you from the bottom of our hearts!!!❤️❤️❤️ Sharing this video to hopefully inspire others . We can all help in our small little ways to make a Big difference in the lives of others❤️

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