Original Pilipino Music (OPM) icon Martin Nievera leads the new set of luminaries recognized by The Outstanding Filipinos in America (TOFA).
MYX VJs Arturo "Turs" Daza and Aya Fernandez have accepted the LIGHT IT FORWARD challenge to provide a sustainable light source to Filipinos still living in darkness.
‘Love Of My Life’ co-stars Rhian Ramos and Djanin Cruz took part in the Light it Forward video challenge which provides solar energy to impoverished areas in the Philippines.
Mindanao-based entrepreneur Felicitas "Joji" Bautista Pantoja has won the prestigious Oslo Business for Peace Award in Norway.
GMA News reporters Darlene Cay and Lei Alviz have taken on the LIGHT IT FORWARD challenge, a campaign to honor the frontliners by hand-building solar lamps for the energy-poor villages in the country.
Here are the newest solar ambassadors to take on the Light it Forward video challenge which is a part of a global effort to end energy poverty.
Broadway royalty Lea Salonga and boxing champion Manny Pacquiao are leading 100 honorees of The Outstanding Filipinos in America (TOFA) who made promising contributions in their respective fields over the past decade.
Filipino social innovator Illac Diaz has been declared an Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) champion for his Liter of Light initiative which brings sustainable electricity to the energy-poor communities around the globe.
Philippine TV hosts Amy Perez and Edward Barber have joined the LIGHT IT FORWARD challenge where they hand-built solar lamps to be donated to energy-scarce villages in the country.
The Bridge star Joseph Marco and partner Darja Ramanova have teamed up to accept the Light it Forward Challenge to hand-build solar lights to provide a light source to communities without electricity.
JUST IN: The Liter of Light has just won the Asia Pacific Social Innovation and Partnership Award (APSIPA) for its "Light it Forward" campaign that challenges people to hand-build solar lamps for donation to electricity-deprived communities while paying tribute to frontliners of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Veteran actress Jackie Lou Blanco with her two daughters Ara and Rik teamed up to build solar lamps for Light it Forward, a video challenge that honors the nation's medical frontliners by providing sustainable energy for villages without power.