Kapuso star Maine Mendoza launched a DoNation Drive to help people who are greatly affected by COVID-19.
According to her post published on her official Facebook page last March 19, 2020, one of her concerns are the affected workers who live on a day-to-day basis.
“As we all know, we are facing one of the biggest challenges not only in our country but the whole world as well. The COVID-19 virus has been continuously affecting all sorts of people, regardless of their status in the society. We are all required to stay at home, but some people, especially our frontliners, whether be it in the government, food and medical industry have been trying their best to fulfill their duty as our modern heroes on these difficult times. But the world won’t stop despite the peril of the virus. Consider yourself blessed, if despite all, you can purchase food and sanitation supplies (even hoard!) for your homes. But what about those workers who live on a day-to-day basis? Now that they are obliged not to go to work, how can they survive?
This leads me to start this drive. I will be launching my DoNation Drive to help in my own little way, those who are greatly affected by this catastrophe. I know how hard it is for these people nowadays to sustain their living so I decided to share as much as I can to them. I will be sending P1,000 per household. (for food groceries and other essentials) This is to help as many employees as possible. 🙂”
Here are the information needed by Ms. Maine Mendoza in order to avail her DoNation Drive 1,000 pesos assistance:
(A). For workers who work in a company: Company ID or any other proof that you are currently employed but required not to work until the situation improves.
(B). PUV drivers (tricycle, jeep, bus, etc.): driver’s license and operator’s permit/TODA ID.
(C). For those workers who don’t have proof of employment: Just send any ID and a picture to prove the nature of your job.
Once those information are ready then send it to theDoNationdrive@gmail.com. Likewise, you need a Globe mobile number which is a GCASH registered to be used for money transfer.