Transient home na maaring tuluyan ng mga namamalimos upang kumain at maligo, bubuksan sa Davao City

A transient home for beggars has been announced to be opened in the upcoming days.

In a Facebook post, Degee Gonzales showed a photo of ‘Dalangpangan ni San Alejo’ that would become a temporary shelter for beggars where they could also take a bath and eat.

“The first of its kind in Davao City. A transient home for the beggars where they can eat, take a bath, and wash their clothes. This is a new ministry of the Alexian Brothers in the Philippine,” he said.

According to a photo posted by Gonzales, the Dalangpanan Ni San Alejo, or a Cebuano word for ‘refuge’ was built by the Alexian Brothers Communities and Ministries.

“This ministry is an expression of the Alexian Brothers’ “The Love of Christ Compels Us.”. It also embodies our long history of caring and serving others feeding the poor and meeting their needs,” the dedication reads.

“The Filipino Brothers continued this expression and living out of the Alexian Charism and legacy of concern. On this site we acknowledge that we are channels of God’s love,” it added.

The post already reached thousands of shares as of writing and received praised from the netizens.

Gonzales said that he would give an update once the transient home finally opens.

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