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Non-Pinoys join Feby’s Ayuda Project in Dubai for hungry and displaced residents

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A Dubai-based family has now joined the Ayuda Project spearheaded by Feby Dela Pena which aims to support hungry and jobless residents in Dubai by distributing hot meal packs. 

Dela Pena shared on her personal Twitter account the two members of the Alansari clan distributing the meal packs that they have donated to the initiative. 

Meanwhile, a group of non-Filipina ladies have also shown to her house to show their support for the Ayuda Project. 

“These lovely ladies came to show their support for the Ayuda Project! Beautiful ladies inside and out. Thank you so much for your help and support,” Dela Pena wrote in a tweet. 

The jobless Filipina is now on the 23rd day in distributing meals. 

She started this initiative on Eid Al Fitr this year.

Just recently, Feby has also received support from Sake Van Der Wal, Consul Economic of South Africa for her humanitarian project.

Ryan Namia
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