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Scarlet Snow Belo raises funds for face masks, mom Vicki starts supplying healthy meals for COVID-19 frontliners

Here's how Scarlet Snow Belo and her parents, Vicki Belo and Hayden Kho, are helping in the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the country.

BY PUSH TEAM

FRESH SCOOPS

3/26/2020 12:56 PM
Scarlet Snow Belo raises funds for face masks, mom Vicki starts supplying healthy meals for COVID-19 frontliners


Photo credit: @victoria_belo IG

Scarlet Snow Belo is raising funds to buy face masks for Filipino health workers, the wonder child announced on Sunday, March 22.

On Instagram, Scarlet shared links to a bank account and a G-cash account where people can send their cash donations as she urged her followers to support the cause.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Just a day after it was launched, Scarlet, in a separate post, thanked those who had donated as she shared that her parents, Vicki Belo and Hayden Kho, were able to buy boxes of N95 face masks using the money raised through her fundraiser.

"Daddy has been sending them out hurriedly and making sure they get to the right people. Please continue to give so we can all help our courageous and hard-fighting frontliners. I will share pictures of the people who received our gifts when we get them. I love you!" she wrote as a caption.

Earlier, her mother, dermatologist-to-the-stars Vicki, offered to donate all of Belo Medical Group's remaining stocks of personal protective equipment (PPE) to hospitals fighting the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

 

On Tuesday, March 24, Vicki announced that in addition to donating PPEs, she will also supply 1,000 healthy meals a day for health workers in hospitals and local government officials throughout the duration of the enhanced community quarantine in the whole of Luzon. Her husband, Hayden Kho, will lead the distribution side.

"The resilience, and dedication of our frontliners have inspired all of us to care for our community, and to value our commitment in helping others in various ways," she said.

 

As of March 26, the Philippines has recorded a total of 636 cases of COVID-19, with 38 fatalities and 26 recoveries, according to the Department of Health