Snooky Serna supports INC Lingap sa Mamamayan

Snooky Serna happy in rendering service to humanity through Lingap sa Mamamayan
LIFE is getting tough in every corners of the world. Tsunami, earthquakes and hurricanes or typhoons were experienced very often. This calamity often leaves unlikely results like floodings and wreckage. The affected communities abandoned their homes and evacuates in a designated area until the calamity subsides only to find that there is nothing left of their belongings when they come back.
Bags of releif good during the INC Lingap sa Mamamayan
In other communities, the depressing reality of living in a poor area is something they live day-by-day. Most of them does not seek medical attention due to lack of financial capacity. Others even skip regular meals due to lack of provisions. No need to mention they don’t have the means to buy their basic needs like clothing or even have a decent shelter. It is imminent that people gets desperate and defeated by such devastating experience.

Snooky Serna, together with the team of INC Lingap sa Mamamayan Team supports the advocacy to uplift humanity from its desperate condition. The Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ), where she belongs now conducted medical and social missions in affected areas called Lingap sa Mamamayan (Aid to Humanity). She's happy to render her service in this kind of work.  The latest of which is the mission given for the victims of the recent flooding here in Luzon due to "siyam-siyam" rains or prolonged rains.  

The flooding did not subside for more than one week in various disturbed areas and a lot of the distressed families had to stall their living for quite a while until things are back to normal. “Lingap” was given to Malabon; San Mateo, Rizal; Marilao, Bulacan; and Navy, Tarlac among others.

Medical and social volunteers like doctors, nurses, para-medics, lawyers and para-legals rendered their professional services. All were voluntarily executed in service to humanity.

These are happily rendered and availed by the recipients. After the mission, It is overwhelming to see people smile despite the adversities that they went through. You can glimpse in their face the hope for a new beginning and determination to rise and get back to the challenges of their daily life. Truly, this activity brings much more than just free goods and services. (Story written by Jake Tibayan, writer of Pinoy Vision web magazine and one of the administrators of Pinoy Vision’s Facebook Fanpage) 

Photo courtesy of: Iglesia Ni Cristo - Lingap sa Mamamayan (Official Fanpage)

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