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    KathNiel visits Batangas to distribute relief goods to Taal evacuees

    MANILA, Philippines – Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, the reel and real-life couple known as ‘KathNiel’, recently earned praise from fans and netizens as they visited the evacuees in several parts of San Luis, Batangas, to personally hand out food packs and non-food necessities.
    KathNiel visits Batangas to bring relief goods to Taal evacuees

    Many of the evacuees were thankful for the relief goods, especially because they got to meet the two young stars. It’s not something that you get to enjoy every day! Thus, despite the grim situation they were in, many of the evacuees had big smiles on their faces as they welcomed Kathryn and Daniel to their barangay.

    A lot of netizens praised the two young stars, saying that they could have easily given donations in cash and let someone else bring the items to the evacuation centers. Yet the two did not take the easy way as they wanted to connect with these people; thus, they personally brought the supplies and handed out the items to the victims of the Taal Volcano eruption.

    KathNiel visits Batangas to bring relief goods to Taal evacuees

    KathNiel visits Batangas to bring relief goods to Taal evacuees

    KathNiel visits Batangas to bring relief goods to Taal evacuees

    Kathryn and Daniel also had the support of their families in their charitable endeavor. Daniel’s mom Karla Estrada proudly shared photos of the two as she wrote, “Hawak kamay tayo kasama ang KathNiel at buong team na kasama sa pag-kawang gawa.”

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    Meanwhile, Kathryn’s mother Min Bernardo shared photos of the family as they helped pack the donations KathNiel brought to the evacuation centers.

    KathNiel visits Batangas to bring relief goods to Taal evacuees

    Aside from large packs of instant coffee, the family also shared cans of biscuits, bottles of cologne, and pails filled with various personal hygiene products and basic household needs. They also gave out water bottles and other much-needed items at the evacuation centers. Their selfless act earned them praise from netizens.

    Here’s a video taken at one of the evacuation centers they visited in Batangas:


    Photos by Kathniel KingQueen / Facebook

    — Joy Adalia, The Summit Express

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