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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.
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.
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.
Power couple Sunshine Cruz and Macky Mathay accepted the Light it Forward Challenge to take action for Filipino communities bereft of modern electricity.
The Philippines' TV hosts Carla Abellana and Patricia Tumulak readily took on the Light it Forward challenge which brings solar-powered lamps to remote areas in the Philippines without access to electricity.
The newest batch of celebrity Light it Forward challengers to build solar lamps for a cause has been revealed.
Light it Forward challenge unites celebrity beauties Ellen Adarna, Bela Padilla, Miss Earth Janelle...
Filipino celebrity beauties Ellen Adarna, Bela Padilla, and Janelle Tee have been united by the Light it Forward Challenge.
Online marketplace Epalengke has partnered with the Liter of Light and Tabang Sa Dunong to provide a donation platform for the Light it Forward Challenge to bring solar lights to remote villages with little or no access to electricity.
The solar lighting movement of Liter of Light is uniting Filipino celebrities as they take up the LIGHT IT FORWARD challenge to bring free solar lights to people who still live without electricity.
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.