Filipina beauty queen Pia Wurtzbach's work never stops as she gratefully announced that she and her team successfully raised more than Php 1 million for health workers fighting the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Philippines.
The University of the Philippines Alumni Association (UPAA) and Filipino Portrait Artists Guild (FILPAG) have joined together for an online exhibit fundraiser that honors Filipino frontliners.
Popular Filipino actress Marian Rivera-Dantes is again setting an inspiring example for other mothers after she donated her excess breast milk for babies in need during the lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
Angel Locsin is back to her humanitarian aid fundraising, this time with Anne Curtis and the Shop and Share team, to help in efforts to conduct coronavirus mass testing in the Philippines.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is donating swabbing booths and test kits to increase Metro Manila's COVID-19 mass testing capacity.
Toyota Motor Philippines is collaborating with Toyota Mobility Foundation to deploy sanitized, just-in-time shuttle transportation dedicated to safely shuttle health care frontliners at the Philippine General Hospital (PGH).
Marcelito Pomoy has built a new home for Nanay Aurora, a poor grandma he found living alone in a makeshift house as he was distributing relief goods in Quezon province.
Filipino singer Marcelito Pomoy made another round of COVID-19 relief donations, this time giving away essential supplies for the babies of families under lockdown.
Ricci Rivero and his family continued their relief efforts to help sustain the local frontliners and indigent kababayans in their hometown in Isabela amid the extended lockdown due to the threat of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Globe Telecom employees have raised over Php 27.5 million in a fundraiser that benefited frontliners, patients, and daily wage earners.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has donated high-capacity COVID-19 machines and test kits to boost the testing capacity of the country by 11,000 per day.
National athlete Jia Morado has raised over 1 million pesos for personal protective equipment to protect hospital frontliners battling the COVID-19 pandemic.