Love Plus Foundation Helps Filipinos In Need During the Pandemic

The corona virus has affected our lives and is slowing down the economy.  We cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel soon. 

There is one organization who is silently helping Filipinos cope up with the effects of the pandemic.  Love Plus Charity Foundation, a non-government organization, provides aid to Filipinos since the pandemic started back in March when the Philippines imposed city lockdowns.

With a team of over 50 individuals, Love Plus Charity Foundation donated food, medical equipment, and other necessary items to major hospitals in the National Capital Region, including the Lung Center of the Philippines.

Aside from donating essential items for the frontliners, Love Plus Foundation facilitated other relief efforts from different Chinese organizations.
When the Chinese Medical Team first arrived in the country to provide their expertise in combatting the deadly virus, Love Plus Foundation spearheaded the translation between them and local health care officials to make sure no message is lost during translation.
As of August 1, 2020, the foundation doubled their efforts with 487 Chinese organizations donated to Love Plus Foundation, with a cash donation of 6M, 3,144 boxes of surgical masks, 1,340 sets of PPE, 2,000 sets of rapid test kits and food donations enough to feed an entire community.

When the government implemented another lockdown on August 4, Love Plus Foundation did not waste any time to lend another helping hand to Filipinos, where they aided a church and selected communities despite the challenges of distance and heavy rains.
Hu Sun, a Chinese national and Founder of Love Plus Charity Foundation, said that the sudden lockdown has caused people to lose their jobs and companies to close, so they wanted to find a way to help those in need.
“We are not brothers by blood, but we think of Filipinos as a part of our family because they welcomed us with open arms. I think it’s time for us to return the favor and provide assistance in any way we can because that’s what a family does. They help each other get through the rough times.”, said Hu Sun.
Love Plus Charity Foundation will continue to lend a helping hand to those in need, with their next mission to provide aid schools and students, as they take on the new normal when it comes to education. 
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  1. I love hearing stories about sharing or helping other people in these trying times. Such a breather from the usual politics.

  2. It's heartening to learn about Chinese groups considering Filipinos as brothers despite all the news about China and Chinese workers coming over. Its always good to hear about people sharing and helping one another in this trying and uncertain times. Thank you for sharing – this is the sort of good news I want to share in my blog,, because everyone needs hope to survive this pandemic. Keep safe!

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