Pinoys are becoming more creative about expressing their gratitude to the brave frontliners toughing it out against COVID-19.
Famous fashion designers Michael Leyva and Mitch Dulce are distributing personal protective equipment (PPE) that they themselves crafted.
Showbiz celebrities Angel Locsin, Regine Velasquez, Sharon Cuneta and a lot more are mounting huge sleeping tents beside hospitals for frontliners to use.
Marian Rivera took the time to do home-cooked menudo meals, from a recipe from her family, to send to various public hospital staff.
And if you, too, want to give our heroes the much-deserved support, you don't have to go farther than your own social media accounts.
Summit Outdoor Media has an ongoing campaign entitled "Health Heroes PH" where you can show your appreciation for our frontliners—healthcare workers, retailers, bankers, public servants, volunteers, food suppliers, and delivery service crew.
Here are the three easy steps:
First, upload the photo of the frontliner on your Facebook account, with a public privacy setting.
Second, like the Summit Outdoor Media Facebook page.
Third, tag Summit Outdoor Media on your post, and use the hashtag #ServiceChampsPH in the caption.
You may submit your photos until April 12, 2020.
Selected entries will be aired on Summit's LED billboards along EDSA and C5, and posted on its Facebook Page from April 15 to 24.
The first batch of entries—collected from March 26 to April 6—has already been airing along the highways since last week.
Here are some of the dauntless frontliners lauded by netizens through the billboards, to be followed by more!