Bea Alonzo recently spent time with her family in Zambales to celebrate her mother's birthday.
In an Instagram post this Thursday, November 19, the actress said she's grateful for the time she gets to spend with her loved ones, especially in these difficult times.
"I spent a few days being with my family in Zambales for my mom’s birthday. I am thankful for being able to spend time with them, have never-ending conversations with them, and create memories with them. Priceless," she said.
"My heart goes out to the families going through difficult times, especially those affected by the recent typhoon. Ipinagdadasal po namin kayo ng pamilya ko," she added.
Over the weekend, Bea lent aid to the victims of Typhoon Ulysses that ravaged parts of Luzon, including Metro Manila, last week by distributing relief goods to residents in Marikina and Cainta—two of the worst-hit cities—with her group I Am Hope.
Aside from their relief efforts, the organization also contributed supplies to the relief program of Vice President Leni Robredo for the affected families.
Among the goods it sent were canned tuna, milk, coffee, noodles, shampoo, and blankets.
“Lubos ang ating pasasalamat sa patuloy na pakikiisa ng I Am Hope Organization, na pinangungunahan nina Rina Navarro at ng aktres na si Bea Alonzo, sa ating mga inisiyatibo!” the government leader said in a statement.
“Malaking bagay ito para sa ating mga kababayang nasalanta ng mga nagdaang bagyo. Maraming, maraming salamat!” she added.
Earlier, I Am Hope, which started as a food drive for vulnerable communities amid the coronavirus crisis, also collaborated with the Office of the Vice President to provide hygiene and relief packs to residents affected by Typhoon Ambo.