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Bea Alonzo, Sharon Cuneta support Angel Locsin's mass-testing fundraiser.
A number of big stars are supporting the auction being mounted by Angel Locsin in order to raise funds for mass testing of COVID-19. On May 18, the 35-year-old actress and humanitarian announced the comeback of her fundraising initiative Shop & Share
"We do hope you can join us as we all work together to help flatten the curve in the Philippines in our little way."
Real-life Darna Angel Locsin can't be stopped! In April, Angel set up the #UniTentWeStandPH campaign to provide more than 28 hospitals with specialized tents for their COVID-19 patients, raising almost P11 million. This time, she has a new goal: to purchase test kits and help poorer sectors get tested. On
Here's everything you need to know about the Apple's latest affordable smart phone.
Apple just revealed their latest iPhone, but it's not exactly the next iPhone you expect. Instead, they released a new version of the iPhone SE, the brand's most affordable smart phone yet. But here's something else: The tech company also announced their way
She dropped a "Four Sisters and a Wedding" reference! LOL!
Bea Alonzo is part of the long list of celebrities who have been lending a helping hand in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. The actress and her close friends recently co-founded I am HOPE, an organization currently dedicated to providing assistance to
One random donor gets to win it.
As part of the COVID-19 fundraising initiative spearheaded by the Ateneo x Tanging Yaman Foundation and #BaryaNiJuan, Janine Gutierrez has announced that she will be giving away a Louis Vuitton wallet to one random donor who takes part in the project.Janine's cause, called
We hope it brightened their day!
Amidst the challenges brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic, some local beauty brands are doing their best to send positive vibes to the frontlines. Happy Skin and Teviant, for example, have been providing our beloved health workers with care packages to lift their
With the #ArtforMedPH movement anyone can help from the safety of their homes.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic art, often undervalued and taken for granted, has reminded the world of its vitality to society. Aside from movies, books, music and other media keeping millions of homebound people company, artists have found a way to mobilize their
They're joining the good fight.
Chanel has given €1.2 million to the emergency fund created by Fondation de l’AP-HP (capital city Paris' public hospital system), the Fondation Georges Pompidou, and the SAMU (or French emergency services).The donation aims to support hospital personnel who have frontlined the battle
The mask is eco-friendly, too!
Wearing a face mask when you go out is now a must for residents whose areas are under the enhanced community quarantine. But if you're having trouble finding one, then we have good news for you: You can order online and contribute
"I wanted to make my dress something more than a beautiful memory."
Now more than ever, in a time of great turmoil, every little act of service and kindness can go a long way—and that’s exactly what Tinjoy Gutierrez sought out to do. As our medical frontliners continue to risk their lives while saving
They've reopened their infant wear atelier for the endeavor.
Luxury label Dior has announced that, to aid in the French government's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, they have reopened a dormant childrenswear workshop in order to produce masks for medical personnel. The Baby Dior factory in Redon, in the Brittany region
The EQFacility only takes three days of construction!
The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for local hospitals. Beds have filled up, protective gear has become scarce, and health workers and frontliners have fallen ill.With the severity of the situation, a group of architects decided to act fast and take matters
This e-book is more than just a wonderfully drawn tribute.
They say art has no real, practical use—but in times as hard as this, it might be one of the last few things we can hold on to. One book has been made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, First There Were
They are joining luxury fashion's movement towards fighting COVID-19.
The Armani Group has announced that all of its Italian production plants have now switched to manufacturing single-use medical overalls, to be used for the individual protection of healthcare workers engaged in the fight against the COVID-19 disease. Following Giorgio Armani's initial donation
Good news: The list of ways you can help our country's hardworking frontliners fighting the COVID-19 pandemic without leaving the safety your home continues to grow. Now, e-commerce platforms Lazada and Zilingo are onboard! Both websites allow you to donate to Coronavirus-related
A roundup of their collective efforts, right here.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, luxury fashion brands have stepped up to aid the fight against its further spread. Here, we've rounded up their efforts, from voluntary protective gear production to massive monetary donations.LVMH, the luxury conglomerate handling the likes of Louis Vuitton,
The food drive is for medical and local government staff.
In times of uncertainty, it’s easy to get restless—especially when you’re told to just stay home. But sticking to the community quarantine isn’t all you can do now—you can always help out our frontliners without leaving your house. There are apps that
A group of young volunteers established the Help From Home website in a span of two weeks.
As hospital workers fight to flatten the curve and treat the growing number of COVID-19 patients in the Philippines, it’s in these dire times that we, the general public, are called to offer any support that we can provide to those who
You only need a few materials!
The skyrocket in demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) due to the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed an unsettling fact: There is simply not enough supplies to provide for all our medical professionals. Luckily, there is a way to fight that shortage, and it
The state-owned hospital is in urgent need of PPEs.
The world's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic will not be a short one. It will potentially go on for a year or two, which means now more than ever, it's crucial to extend any kind of help one can offer. From the