close
Breaking news

San Francisco-based photographer Timothy Archibald began photographing his autis...read more By Tara Wood, Writer The day before my daughter Norah’s fourth birthday, she ...read more Daniel, Jr., 10, and Dominic, 6, Medina asked their dad to pull over so they cou...read more     Share Positive News Around...read more Stories from our readers “My son Caleb Stewart found $1000 in a room he wa...read more Mr. and Mrs. Kuroki lived a happy life as dairy farmers in rural Japan, raisin...read more A couple in China were touched at their wedding after a former teacher returned...read more

World champion boxer Manny Pacquiao builds 1,000 homes for poor Filipinos.

After earning millions for fighting Floyd Mayweather, the boxer and politician used a portion of his earnings to construct homes for 1,000 poor families in his hometown.

Manny Pacquiao is more than a world-class athlete or a Filipino politician. He’s a compassionate activist who paid for 1,000 homes to be built to help out underprivileged families in his hometown.

The ‘born-again Christian’ was inspired to help poor families after duking it out with Floyd Mayweather. Though he lost the boxing match, he still earned millions of dollars in the ‘fight of the century’ and felt it was his duty to give back.

The act of compassion could be nothing more than a calculated political move, but nonetheless, 1,000 families have secure living spaces thanks to the Senator’s generosity. That, we believe, is worth celebrating.

 

Share Positive News Around
error

Tags: , , ,

No Comments

Leave a reply

Post your comment
Enter your name
Your e-mail address

Story Page