1. The one where citizens offered free load to anyone who needed it.
2. When Kim and Jericho Rosales used their surfboards to help rescuers at a private village adjacent to the Marikina River
3. When private people and groups banded together to augment government rescue operations. Dr Ted Esguerra, founder of the Wilderness Search and Rescue Philippines, joined forces with a group of emergency rescuers like React Ready, Project Michaelangelo Foundation, and the Emergency Management Unit of the Energy Development Corporation went into areas submerged in flood waters.
4. When pet owners risked life and limb to make sure their loyal friends were rescued alongside them.
5. When Bruno got stranded on top of the roof in Nangka, Marikina, and rescuers later reunited him with his owner.
6. When a coffee shop named Tribu Babaylan and Kape & Co., located in Tomas Morato, QC, offered not just free food and warm coffee for those whose homes have been damaged by the typhoon, but also a place to stay.
7. When the PCG worked in quiet determination to save people, but whose most touching pictures include the careful retrieval of senior citizens residing at Hospicio de San Jose in San Miguel Manila as floodwaters entered the building.
8. When Dunkin Donuts’ team went around Metro Manila to hand out donuts to different communities.
9. When a lady put up a lugawan in front of her house so people could avail of her free arroz caldo
10. When a doctor in the province unaffected by the typhoon invited people to ask her for online consultation and digital reseta (RX) because that’s the least she could do.