Go aids Tondo fire victims
The Philippine Star|February 26, 2021
Three days after a fire struck Parola Compound in Tondo, Manila, Sen. Bong Go visited the displaced residents staying at Pedro Guevara Elementary School on Wednesday.

Go and his team distributed meals, food packs, cash assistance, vitamins, masks and face shields to 361 families or 1,461 people.

Selected beneficiaries received new shoes and bicycles. Those with school-aged children were given computer tablets.

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