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How FoodPanda makes food more accessible to those who really need it

Featured image- FoodpandaFoodPanda lends help to those who are in need through the Global Soup Kitchen

Calamities test the resilience of Filipinos, and it prevails. It’s also known as bayanihan. In times of need, Filipinos always lend a helping hand, like what the riders of FoodPanda have been doing for the past two years. Through the Global Soup Kitchen, the food delivery service company has helped families and children of calamity-stricken communities. In fact, the company’s pink riders recently rode out and delivered food to 300 families and 1,200 evacuees in Tacloban and Tagaytay.

Resized 1They recently sent aid to calamity-stricken communities in Tacloban and Tagaytay

By partnering with different orphanages and communities in Manila, Cavite, and Cebu, the company has also brought warm meals and smiles to more than 1,000 children with special needs. Aside from their customers, FoodPanda’s dedication to making food more accessible also reaches the less fortunate.

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Source: Manila Bulletin

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