A shantytown laundrywoman aging 48 years old in Quezon City guaranteed the P50.6 million big stake of the March 4 draw of 6/55 Grand Lotto, declared yesterday by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO).

The jackpot winner, who stays with her senior sister, does family tasks to be able to send their two kids at school and support her family's essential costs, as per Jose Ferdinand Rojas II, PCSO acting executive.

She said her spouse's pay as a woodworker can't meet their every day needs. She even said that they simply attempted their fortunes in lotto.

Rojas said the champ picked the triumphant mix numbers 07-08-10-19-48-55 in light of her age and the birth dates of relatives.

The champ arrangements to purchase a house and parcel, impart her prize to her sister and spare the rest in a bank.

Truly fate has brought the laundrywoman to richness. We only live once but fate goes so good to her.

Living a life in the Philippines is not easy, especially when you don't have someone working in a company you know or a relative that could help you earn a job. In this country, even you finish your studies, landing a job is very hard.

But people find a way to live and support their family needs.

For now, she will say goodbye to being a laundrywoman, and enjoy the life as a fortunate one.