THE Color Run Dream – a fun run led by Anne Curtis last September, hand over P7.4-million check proceeds to Unicef beneficiaries.
Aiding children with disabilities – hearing, visual, learning and development as well as with mobility impairment will benefit the fund given by Curtis.
She said that they had fun and at the same time, they helped a lot of kids. The actress expressed her thanks to those who joined the event.
Curtis mentioned that there will be a joint partnership of Unicef and Philippine General Hostpital opening “one-stop shops” for children with disabilities.
The joint partnership will have facilities offering comprehensive services, diagnosis, counseling, therapy and provision of assistive devices to assists kids.
Anne has another advocacy in partnership with Dream Machine, Unicef and Department of Education renovating school classroms at General Roxas Elementary School.
The actress believes in education and that it is very important to kids.
Published in the SunStar Bacolod newspaper on December 04, 2017.
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