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Jane de Leon distributes relief goods to families affected by typhoon in Marikina

Actress Jane de Leon has extended assistance to the survivors of Typhoon Ulysses.

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11/19/2020 06:21 PM
Jane de Leon distributes relief goods to families affected by typhoon in Marikina
Photo credit: @imjanedeleon IG

Actress Jane de Leon has extended assistance to the survivors of Typhoon Ulysses.

Together with actor Hero Angeles and singer Emmanuelle Vera, the Kapamilya actress recently visited evacuation centers in Marikina City to distribute relief goods to families affected by the storm.

On Instagram, Jane posted photos and clips of the relief effort. 


 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by J A N E (@imjanedeleon)

 

"Sobrang nagpapasalamat po ako sa lahat ng katuwang at tumulong sa buong 'Team Sulong' na umalalay sa amin sa pagdistribute ng relief packs sa tatlong evacuation centers ng Marikina. Kaya natin 'to!" she said in the caption.

Marikina was among the worst-hit cities of Ulysses, which unleashed some of the worst flooding in years in the capital Manila and nearby provinces as it swept through Luzon last November 12.

The storm left at least 73 people dead and forced tens of thousands of residents across the country to flee their homes, with some scrambling onto rooftops to await rescue amid severe flooding.  

Aside from Jane, other celebrities who have reached out to the victims of Typhoon Ulysses include Angel Locsin, Willie Revillame, KC Concepcion, Bea Alonzo, Jericho Rosales and Kim Jones, Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo, Ruffa Gutierrez, Yeng Constantino, and Ivana Alawi.

READ: Ruffa Gutierrez, Sarah Lahbati, Yeng Constantino join relief efforts for typhoon victims in Marikina

Prior to Typhoon Ulysses, it was announced that the Darna film project starring Jane had been shelved due to the "impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on movie production and cinemas."

READ: Film production of ‘Darna’ postponed indefinitely amid COVID-19 pandemic

Cameras started to roll for the Star Cinema movie last January.