Indeed, a heart that sees others needs knows no race and nationality. It was proven by a Syrian vlogger Basel Manadil also known as the Hungry Syrian Wanderer.
“While the lockdown has closed off from certain parts of life, for some Filipinos, this situation has made dreams even more unreachable than before. As a result, they are looking for ways on how to cope and move on with life”, Basel wrote of his Facebook.
His act of kindness and generosity inspired many netizens by giving out iPads and tablets to students for their online classes and small-time entrepreneurs trying to make a living in these pandemic times.
“The past two months I have been saving and doing tablet giveaways and I’m so happy to have partnered with Globe At Home Prepaid wifi because the talent fee that I received, instead of using it for myself self I will be using it to fund my tablet giveaways so I can bless more people move forward with life by learning and earning from home”, Basel mentioned.
The vlogger has a pure heart in helping Filipinos. In his latest Facebook post caption, he said that at the age of 26, he is building a restaurant chain in the Philippines to provide jobs and so he just launched the Yolo Retro Diner to fulfill that dream.
“As we are known for hiring people with no educational attainment requirement, no experience needed. Despite big financial loss due to the pandemic, I am able to put all my crew back to work and will continue to hire. YOLO’s no.1 priority is to provide livelihood, offer best quality food at affordable price and bringing something different in the market, a nice place to spend with friends and family”, said Basel.
According to Basel, he saved up money and instead of using his talent fee from Globe at Home wifi to buy iPads, tablets, and even pocket wifi to help people with the new normal learning and working.