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'COMMUNITY PHARMACY PANTRY' 💊❤️ LOOK: Inspired by the Maginhawa Community Pantry, a pharmacist from Sampaloc put up a 'community pharmacy' to help aid residents along Laon Laan Street in Manila. 📷Kace Cirelos via @JMRiveraINQ 

UPDATED: Who is Patricia Non, the woman who sparked kindness through the Maginhawa community pantry?

Who is Patricia Non, the woman who sparked kidness through the Maginhawa community pantry?

@anjo_bagaoisan  Dubbed "Minanggufun " for help, the org also set up pantries patterned after the original one in Maginhawa Street in various areas of Solana, Cagayan. The group said it chose to keep moving the pantries to bring food aid closer to communities under lockdown. (📸:I-SAVED)

Maginhawa community pantry organizer pays tribute to 1st volunteer

The organizer of the Maginhawa community pantry has expressed her appreciation for their initiative’s first volunteer.

No regrets in setting up Maginhawa community pantry despite red-tagging — Non

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LOOK: Volunteers receive and repack donations at the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City this Wednesday, April 28, 2021. | via @DemayoMark 

@DemayoMark  The Maginhawa Community Pantry now stands as a drop-off center for donations which will be brought to nearby community pantries to decentralize distribution and avoid crowd gathering in the area. | via @DemayoMark 

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Maginhawa pantry organizer urges politicians not to use pantries for campaigning, politics

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COME AND GET IT 💚 LOOK: A local fan base of globally renowned South Korean group GOT7 launched two Maginhawa-inspired community pantries on Sunday — one in La Paz, Abra and the other in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental. | 📸: @AllAboutGOT7PH  via @denverINQ 

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WATCH: Ana Patricia Non, who helped set up the viral Maginhawa Community Pantry, gives advice to Filipinos who want to start similar initiatives in their areas. She emphasizes the pantry is a ‘community effort’ and cannot be sustained by a single person alone.

People lining up at the Maginhawa Community Pantry were asked to go home because there will be no food distribution today. "Red tagging" and attacks against the organizer and volunteers of the pantry forced them to pause operations, leaving some families hungry. | @jervismanahan 

Mang Alberto, the cart vendor who went viral for donating noodles, will be returning to the Maginhawa Community Pantry to donate more goods. He received financial assistance from people who got touched w/ his story, so he's giving back rice, noodles, & eggs. | via @jervismanahan 

Elmer Cordero, one of the PISTON 6 jeepney drivers jailed after conducting a protest in 2020, joins a community pantry set up in Narra St., Project 3, QC, following the example of the Maginhawa “pan-tree”. (📸:Tulong Obrero) | VIA @anjo_bagaoisan 

@jervismanahan  Ana Patricia Non, the organizer of the Maginhawa community pantry, has sought the help of Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte due to "baseless claims " of red-tagging. According to Non, 3 police officers asked for her cellphone number and her organization.

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READ: Ana Patricia Non, the woman behind the Maginhawa community pantry, announced the temporary closure of the free food pantry today following incidents of red-tagging. Non also sought for QC Mayor Joy Belmonte's help as she fears for her and volunteers’ safety. | 📷 AP Non

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'MAGINHAWA COMMUNITY PANTRY' LOOK: Ana Patricia Non refills the 'Maginhawa Community Pantry' on Thursday, April 15, which she set up to help people badly affected by the pandemic who have difficulty looking for food to serve on their tables. 📷INQUIRER/GRIG C. MONTEGRANDE

Patreng Non, the woman behind the first community pantry in Maginhawa, shuts down the project today due to redbaiting by police officers and the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC). | via @newsdwight 

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LOOK: A Quezon City resident installed a bamboo cart with free grocery goods along the popular Maginhawa street in UP Village. Dubbed the “Maginhawa Community Pantry,” the cart contains rice, vegetables, milk, vitamins, face masks, canned goods, and many other items.

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