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Kind woman gives random act of kindness to GrabFood driver goes viral



A teacher in Manila has gone viral for doing a random act of kindness to whoever accept her booking. According to teacher Cha Calubaquib, she rarely did online food delivery because she feels guilty about ordering food when so many drivers are also risking their lives amid the COVID-19 pandemic

     Source: Cha Calubaquib


Unexpectedly, this act of kindness was really appreciated by the single dad GrabFood driver Andrew.  Little did she know that it might be God's plan so she could be able to share a special meal for the GrabFood rider's hungry kids!


"Today, out of all the other days, I’ve decided to have food delivered for the second time in this quarantine. Hindi ko kasi kaya yung hiya ko na magpapadeliver ako when all these frontliners are also risking their lives just to deliver food. So, naisip ko, kung magpapadeliver ako, gusto ko mapapakain ko din yung magdedeliver the same ng oorder ko," teacher Cha Calubaquib said on her Facebook post.


Since Metro Manila is under the enhanced community quarantine, she faced problem in her booking, but she was successful on her second try - finally her order was accepted by Andrew Cucal with an extra Baliwag Lechon Manok for him.

              Source: Cha Calubaquib

"So, today (ulit? Haha), naisip kong magpadeliver ng Baliwag para hanggang bukas ko ng ulam. I almost didnt order kasi nung una walang nagaaccept ng order ko. So tumigil ako. Pero, inisip ko, try ko ulit kung wala talaga hindi nako magpapadeliver. Eh may tumanggap :(( Si kuya Andrew. So, the moment na nabook ko siya as the rider, nagorder na talaga ako ng pang 4 (isa for me, isa for kuya, dalawa sa frontliners dito sa building ko.) Kaso walang kanin kasi di ako kumakain ng kanin ngayon (naks)," she added.



"Pagdating ni Kuya Andrew, sabi ko “Boss kain na din po kayo ah.” Sabi ni Kuya A, “sakto nga po ma’am kasi gutom na ako. Iuuwi ko na sana sa bahay namin pero may iddeliver pa po ako tapos uwi na po ako may ulam na po kami,” Andrew's reply to teacher Cha who left emotional to their exchange. 

                            Source: Cha Calubaquib
                             
Delighted Cha later received a message from Cucal, showing him and her kids sharing the meal and thanked her for the extra 'Lechon Manok' for them. 

This story of being selfless is a timeless reminder that offering a helping hand to others is something the most heartwarming and fulfilling things a person can do.





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