Bea Alonzo’s Fundraiser Initiative Raises Millions in 30 Days
BEA ALONZO – ABS-CBN actress Bea Alonzo said her fundraiser initiative for COVID-19 frontliners has raised P6 million.
Filipino celebrities have shown support to the health workers who bravely fight COVID-19. Some of them focus on providing the basic needs of low-income families.
Recently, Bea Alonzo prepared Bagoong rice for the workers at the National Institute of Health of the University of the Philippines. Her generosity gained praise from the online community.
Earlier, the 32-year-old celebrity launched a charity drive called ‘I Am Hope’ to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) for the frontliners and to help the communities who are greatly affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
On Friday, May 1, Bea Alonzo shared the details about her charity drive on her Instagram account. She said she and her team were able to raise P6 million in 30 days.
“Your Generosity has made it possible for @iamhope_org to Raise P6,036,000 Million covering the period of March 26 – April 26,” she said.
The prominent actress extended her gratitude to the people who donated and helped her raised the staggering amount for the health workers and poor communities. She also posted the list of their beneficiaries.
“It is through donors like you that WE are able to continue our mission of helping our Frontliners, Health Workers & Communities. Your donations helped the following Beneficiaries and impacted many lives through I am HOPE. Together, WE CAN overcome this! Let us continue to fight, and be HOPEful that we will all wake up to a new, and better world,” Bea wrote.
Lots of netizens lauded Bea Alonzo’s fundraiser initiative. Here are some of their comments from the post:
@sanrio_alonzo: “WOW..great job! May God continue to bless you and your team”
@_blezzy_beeth28: “Wooow good job Maganda God bless all your days”
@tereseavila14: “Fantastic effort and sacrifice, I Am Hope and Team Groups! You are all so blessed with LOVE in your hearts that you can give back the same Love to our mga ‘kababayan'”
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