Former PBB housemates continue the ‘Show the Love’ project

Former PBB housemates continue the ‘Show the Love’ project-Joan Leary
Joan Leary


10/23/2015 08:46 AM
Former PBB housemates continue the ‘Show the Love’ project

The ex- housemates felt happy for being able to help those who are in need.
Sobrang masaya kasi siyempre nakatulong kami sa mga tao lalo na sa mga nasalanta ng bagyo,” Kamille said.
“Ako hindi ko na-feel yung pagod pero yun masaya yung experience na nangaroling tapos nakakatulong pa ako,” Loisa shared.
“Masaya ho lahat tapos nagtatawanan parang paskung-pasko talaga ‘yung feeling,” Fifth said.
“Siyempre nung nakita ko na parang nagbibigay na sila nakakatuwa kasi kahit sa simpleng bagay na kumakanta kami nararamdaman ko na napagaan namin yung loob nila,” Fourth added.

Show the Love project was pioneered by It’s Showtime when they did the rounds in Historia Boutique Bar and Restaurant last October 20. All proceeds will go to Sagip Kapamilya to properly disseminate the funds dedicated to the people affected by Typhoon Lando, which also destroyed crops planted by the farmers in Northern and Central Luzon.

After their first solicitation, they have collected 104,477.25 thousand pesos and 100 US dollars. It’s Showtime also announced that for those who want to donate in kind like canned goods, rice, and noodles they can bring it to the Sagip Kapamilya office that’s open every 8am to 8pm at #13 Examiner St., West Triangle, Quezon City with hotline numbers 411-4995/412-1459.

PBB will not be the only Kapamilya show that will contribute to the project. During the night of It’s Showtime’s solicitation, host Coleen Garcia said she and the Pasion de Amor stars and crew will also help with soliciting donations.

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