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Veteran actress Jackie Lou Blanco and daughters Ara, Rik team up for Light it...

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.

Halik actress Ria Atayde, director Catherine Camarillo team up to Light it Forward

ABS-CBN's "Halik (Kiss)" actress Ria Atayde and director Catherine Camarillo have teamed up to build solar lamps for the Light it Forward challenge which helps defeat energy poverty in the Philippines while honoring frontliners in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Actress Eula Valdes and son Miguel tandem for Light it Forward challenge

Veteran actress Eula Valdes and her son Miguel collaborated in the LIGHT IT FORWARD challenge to build solar lights for Filipinos who still have no access to electricity.

LOOK: News reporter Mav Gonzales, celebs Bodie Cruz, Ina Feleo join Light it Forward

Filipino news reporter Mav Gonzales, PBB's Bodie Cruz, and Kapuso actress Ina Feleo have joined the LIGHT IT FORWARD Challenge to provide communities with solar lights.

WATCH: newsman Mark Zambrano, actor Robert Seña accept Light it Forward Challenge

Filipino news anchor Mark Zambrano and veteran theater actor Robert Seña have accepted the Light it Forward Challenge to build solar lights for communities without access to electricity.

Liter of Light partners with Good News Pilipinas to challenge Filipinos to Light it...

Global solar lighting champion Liter of Light has partnered with the Filipino Pride advocacy group GoodNewsPilipinas.com to challenge Filipinos to Light it Forward and provide solar lights to communities with limited or no access to electricity.

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