Church-led store gives free groceries to public
Manila Bulletin|April 13, 2021
A store in Pamplona Tres, Las Piñas that is run by a religious group made the rounds of social media after giving free groceries to those in need.
GABRIELA BARON

“Get everything here for free! Walang babayaran kahit piso! (No need to pay, even a peso!) the post read.

In a Facebook post, Lovely Sotto shared photos of the grocery store packed with food items, soap, clothes, and hygiene products.

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