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The Maginhawa community pantry is implementing a new decentralized pantry system with the delivery of goods to barangays in the Diliman area in Quezon City to avoid overcrowding. | @_neilmercado 

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

A blind man traveled from Montalban, Rizal to donate to the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City, according to Bernadette Reyes' report on "24 Oras" on Tuesday.

A blind man traveled from Montalban, Rizal to donate to the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City, According to Bernadette Reyes' report on "24 Oras" on Tuesday.

LOOK: Donated vegetables from the Maginhawa Community Pantry arrive at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in Quezon City on Tuesday, April 27. 📷: Jire Carreon/Rappler

Quezon City authorities on Monday said health protocols are getting harder to enforce as the line for the Maginhawa community pantry has now stretched up to Philcoa along Commonwealth Avenue. | @zacariansINQ 

The organizer of the Maginhawa Community Pantry has announced that food donations will be delivered to the various barangays within Quezon City.

A resolution honoring Ana Patricia Non, the woman behind the Maginhawa Community Pantry, has been filed by Quezon City councilor Winnie Castelo on Monday.

A resolution honoring Ana Patricia Non, the woman behind the Maginhawa Community Pantry, has been filed by Quezon City councilor Winnie Castelo on Monday.

The Maginhawa community pantry in Quezon City will be closed tomorrow, Sunday, and resume operations on Monday, April 26.

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The woman behind the first community pantry in Maginhawa, Quezon City temporarily shut down the program on Tuesday, April 20, due to red-tagging by the QC Police District and the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict.

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LOOK: ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya on Thursday set up its own community pantry in Quezon City. Community pantries have sprouted across the country after Ana Patricia Non pioneered the project in Maginhawa Street to help the needy amid the pandemic | via Michael Bagtas, ABS-CBN News

The woman behind the first community pantry in Maginhawa, Quezon City temporarily shut down the program on Tuesday, April 20, due to red-tagging by the QC Police District and the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict.

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LOOK: The fisherfolk of Binangonan, Rizal donates freshly caught, surplus fish to a Maginhawa-inspired community pantry in Quezon City on Sunday, April 18. Photos by Pamalakaya Pilipinas/Twitter

‘HINDI PASISIIL’ Maginhawa community pantry organizer Ana Patricia Non shared a collage of 300 similar free food stall initiatives set up all over the Philippines a week after her original project opened in Quezon City. | 📷 AP Non/Jean Palma

@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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As early as 5AM this Monday morning, people are lining up at the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City. Residents say government cash aid is not enough for their needs, and that's why they resort to getting supplies from the pantry. | via @jervismanahan 

WATCH: Ana Patricia Non, with the help of the community, set up a 'pantry' along Maginhawa Street, Quezon City for people badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. After her good deed went viral, more donations started pouring in.

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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'KINDNESS REMAINS.' LOOK: Fishers from Binangonan, Rizal are set to donate more than 50 kilos of surplus produce to a Maginhawa-inspired community pantry in Quezon City later today. | @denverINQ 

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