Marian Rivera offered to donate her breast milk amid the COVID-19 crisis

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In commemoration of the World Day of Human Milk Donation, Marian Rivera offered to donate her breast milk in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.

Marian posted a photo on Instagram showing the packs of breast milk stored in colored storage bags.

Teaching other moms about the nutrients that can be found in breast milk, the actress said she decided to donate her breast milk as a way of helping babies who are in need of some during these difficult times.

The actress is also sharing her blessings by providing powdered milk to children.

The breastfeeding advocate provided 500 boxes of Nido milk for distribution by the Yes Pinoy Foundation to children in families under lockdown in the Luzon-wide community quarantine imposed by the Philippine government.

Rivera’s donation comes in the midst of waves of relief goods that normally consist of kilos of rice, packs of noodles, canned food, coffee, sugar and sanitary supplies – with no provision for children.

The GMA Kapuso star saw the situation as an opportunity to help children boost their immune systems against the threat of COVID-19.

While the 35-year-old actress is firm in her breast-feeding advocacy that breast milk is still the best for newborn babies up to 24 months of age, Marian has given Nido 3 + powdered milk formulated for children 3 years of age and up.

Marian Rivera is one of the celebrities who use their influence to inspire and spread positive vibs in this difficult time by donating cash or in-kind to help poor families and frontliners.


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