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Dubai Nannies Share Money They Raised From Caroling Last Christmas To Taal Victims

They say success has nothing to do with what you gain in life or accomplish for yourself. It’s what you do for others. This anecdote tells the story of a group of nannies in Dubai, who are often underprivileged but still managed to help people who are not entirely related to them.

The nannies of Jebel Ali Village have decided to share the money that they have accumulated from caroling last Christmas to the victims of Taal Volcano in Alfonso, Cavite.

In a Facebook post by Miss Rachel Salinel, ARN reporter, she showed her Facebook friends the genuineness presented by the nannies.

“Mabuhay kayo mga ‘not so ordinary’ nannies ng Jebel Ali Village,” the veteran journalist wrote.

The small amount has been converted to canned goods, bottled water, instant coffee, and more.

Just recently, TCV has reported the same story wherein a group of Filipinos has sent some 10,000 face masks to the evacuees.

As of this writing, reports have stated that Taal Volcano is currently at ease but experts said that the active volcano is still threatening hundreds of thousands of people.

Photo by Rachel Salinel

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