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QC mayor extends aid to fire victims in 6 barangays 

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Quezon City - Responding swiftly to the needs of residents affected by fires in six barangays, Mayor Joy Belmonte wasted no time in providing financial assistance to the affected families. A total of 19 families from Barangay North Fairview, Fairview, Commonwealth, San Bartolome, Payatas, and Sta. Lucia received financial aid to help them recover from the devastating incidents.

Recognizing the urgency of the situation, Mayor Belmonte ensured that immediate support was given to the fire victims. House owners received a financial assistance of P10,000 each, while sharers and renters were provided with P5,000 each. This assistance aims to alleviate the initial financial burden faced by the affected families and assist them in rebuilding their lives.

The distribution of financial aid was facilitated by Chief of Staff Rowena Macatao, who was joined by Barangay Payatas Punong Barangay Manny Guarin, Barangay Sta. Lucia Kagawad Michael Untalan, and Kagawad Wendy Atienza. Their presence at the distribution highlighted the collective efforts of the local government and barangay officials in providing immediate assistance and support to the fire victims.


Mayor Belmonte expressed her sincere empathy for the affected residents and reiterated the city's commitment to standing by their side during this difficult time. The prompt provision of financial aid reflects the city's dedication to ensuring the welfare and recovery of its residents, particularly in times of crisis.

In addition to the financial assistance, the local government of Quezon City continues to coordinate with concerned agencies and organizations to provide further assistance to the affected families. The support extended by the city serves as a testament to its proactive approach in addressing the immediate needs of its constituents and promoting community resilience.

The distribution of financial aid to the fire victims is a testament to Mayor Joy Belmonte's unwavering commitment to the welfare of Quezon City residents. Through these concerted efforts, the city aims to provide a sense of hope and reassurance to the affected families as they navigate the path to recovery and rebuilding their lives.

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