Angel Locsin has publicly disclosed the list of all the goods she received and donated to the victims of Taal Volcano eruption.

On Instagram, the actress posted a slideshow of her, along with family and volunteers, packing and distributing the items.

One week since Taal Volcano started erupting in the province of Batangas, Alert Level 4 remains raised. This means a hazardous eruption could still occur “within hours to days.”

“Team effort! Nagpapasalamat po kami ni Lyn Garcia, my fiancé Neil Arce, at kapatid ko na si Angela sa lahat po ng nag-volunteer na magdamag na nag-repack, nagbuhat, at nag-distribute ng goods para makatulong sa mga apektado ng bulkang Taal. Sa mga kusang nagbigay po ng donasyong goods and cash, maraming salamat po,” she wrote.

Angel revealed they were able to donate 3,126 food packs, 1,760 hygiene kits, 200 towels, 100 blankets, water bottles, boxes of medical needs and face masks, as well as baby needs. They were able to help four evacuation centers.

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Team effort!1f64c - Angel Locsin details where donations to Taal Volcano went1f3fb - Angel Locsin details where donations to Taal Volcano went Nagpapasalamat po kami ni Lyn Garcia, my fiancé Neil Arce, at kapatid ko na si Angela sa lahat po ng nag-volunteer na magdamag na nag-repack, nagbuhat, at nag-distribute ng goods para makatulong sa mga apektado ng bulkang Taal. Sa mga kusang nagbigay po ng donasyong goods and cash, maraming salamat po. Ang total po ng na-repack nating goods ay: 3,126 Food packs 1,760 Hygiene Kits 200pcs Towels 100pcs Blankets Water bottles + multiple boxes of Medical Kits, Masks, & few boxes of baby needs Nakapag-distribute po tayo sa 3 evacuation centers na malimit na mapuntahan, at nakapaghatid tulong din sa isa pang evacuation center. Ang Red Cross Batangas Chapter po ay mas may kakayanang maunang rumesponde upang mabilis na makapagbigay ng tulong sa mga nangangailangan, kaya nagdonate po tayo ng 2 truckloads ng “ready to distribute” goods na handa nang ipamigay kung sakaling mas lumala pa po ang situwasyon. Dito po napunta ang mga naitulong ninyo. Maraming salamat po sa Red Cross Batangas Chapter for assisting us at maraming salamat po muli mga magigiting na volunteers! Mabuhay po kayo! Sana po maski paano, nakagaang po ito sa hirap na nararamdaman ng mga apektado sa sakunang ito. Karamay nyo po kami. 1f64f - Angel Locsin details where donations to Taal Volcano went1f3fb - Angel Locsin details where donations to Taal Volcano went (PS: I decided to post the items and make an accounting this time para po malinaw sa mga nagdonate kung saan po napunta ang tulong po nila.) 1f4f8 - Angel Locsin details where donations to Taal Volcano went credit to owners #BangonTaal #HelpTaal

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“Dito po napunta ang mga naitulong ninyo,” Angel said. “Maraming salamat po sa Red Cross Batangas Chapter for assisting us at maraming salamat po muli mga magigiting na volunteers! Mabuhay po kayo!”

The actress also thanked her friends in show business included Agot Isidro, Bubbles Paraiso, Pocholo Barretto and Bea Alonzo, who provided 10 sacks of rice, three boxes of crackers, three boxes of corned beef, among many others.

Meanwhile, members of Angel’s Fan Club were able to donate goods worth P62,097.20.

“I decided to post the items and make an accounting this time para po malinaw sa mga nagdonate kung saan po napunta ang tulong po nila,” she said. “Sana po maski paano, nakagaang po ito sa hirap na nararamdaman ng mga apektado sa sakunang ito. Karamay nyo po kami.”

Angel, a philanthropist, has been included in Forbes Magazine’s annual “Heroes of Philanthropy” list following her efforts in giving out aid to the victims of natural disasters.

“Over the past decade, Locsin has donated as much as P15 million to causes such as educational scholarships for students, supporting the economic and political rights of indigenous people, and ending violence against women and children,” wrote Grace Chung of Forbes.

“Her donations have also helped roughly 500 families hit by some of the country’s largest disasters: Tropical Storm Ondoy in 2009, Typhoon Habagat in 2012 and Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, one of the deadliest storms on record, leaving 6,300 dead.”

Forbes noted that Angel inspires many of her followers to give back.

“It’s like taking little steps towards substantive, holistic change for the future of the next generations,” the magazine quoted Angel as saying. “The only motivation we need is being part of humanity.”

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