Filipino-American boxing champion Nonito Donaire is not just a boxer who fights in the ring, but he is also a man with a kind heart.
The 35-year-old professional boxer has been sharing updates on social media about the 100 homes that he’s giving to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda in Iloilo, which went under the state of calamity when the typhoon struck the country in 2013.
Donaire rode a helicopter to reach the Greg Secker Village in Iloilo, wherein the 100 homes are located.
Below is an aerial view of the 100 homes that Donaire gave to the typhoon victims:
And here is a clip that gives a closer look at the 100 homes that were given away.
Donaire, in partnership with the Greg Secker Foundation, successfully turned over 100 homes yesterday to the people in Iloilo.
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