If the name Kean Arcilla Ramos sounds familiar to you, it’s probably because you’ve seen posts about him delivering coffee-based beverages while on roller blades to support his ailing father, or how he became the first bike recipient of Gretchen Ho’s “Donate A Bike, Save A Job” initiative.
The 18-year-old working student, however, is making the rounds on social media again. This time, it’s because of his generosity towards fellow frontliners.
In a Facebook post, Ho has shared photos of Ramos donating drinks to health workers and food delivery staff, and lauded him for “paying forward” the blessings he has received after going viral.
“Tuwang-tuwa ako nung makita ko ang post na ‘to (I was so happy when I saw this post),” she writes. “Ang nag-share sa akin ay ‘yung isa sa mga medical frontliner na nakatanggap ng donated drinks. Naalala ko sinabi niya P500 lang pera niya, pero look at how he shares his blessings. Galing mo talaga, boi! (It was a medical frontliner who received the donated drinks that shared this to me. I remember him say that he only has P500, but look at how he shares his blessings. Way to go, [Kean]!)”
At the moment, the 12th-grader from Muntinlupa is offering free delivery of his chocolate and coffee jelly goodies within a kilometer or two from his residence, but who knows? He might just expand is area of delivery—and extend his generosity—through his new bike.