SOS Children

SOS Children’s Villages Philippines celebrates its 50th Anniversary by promoting Filipino artistry and creativity.

This October, open your hearts as SOS Children’s Villages Philippines celebrates its 50 years in service with a fundraising event that will surely be fun, artistic, and for a good cause. “Art Exhibit for A Cause” will happen on October 24 to 29 at Upper Ground Floor, Home Zone, Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa City. This is to present the programs & initiatives of SOS Children’s Villages Philippines and increase public awareness about the reality of neglected, abandoned and abused Filipino children. Artworks from local artists will be exhibited to generate funds for the benefit of SOS children. In every piece sold, we can provide family and home to children who have lost parental care.

Multi-awarded artists like Rene Robles, an internationally exhibited artist with over 70 solo exhibitions in Europe, USA and Asia, and Aris Bagtas, a visual artist and sculptor genius of his generation, will join us together with other artists that you don’t want to miss.

To add more fun, celebrities such as Teddy Corpuz, Maxene Magalona, Sharlene San Pedro, Trina Legaspi, Myrtle Sarrosa, and Sarah Carlos will support the event by donating pre-loved items that are going to be sold at the exhibit!

Items will be available for viewing at our website and on our Facebook account on October 16, 2017.

You can purchase the items through our social media accounts or call us at (02) 867 7800 (Landline), 0917 679 0024 (Globe), and 09992299749 (Smart).

The event will start at 2 in the afternoon on October 24, 2017. Everyone is invited!

Come and let’s see the exceptional talent of Filipino painters and help the children in need.

For more information, contact Ms. Ellaine Grace C. Grisola, the Creative Services and Communications Assistant of SOS Children’s Villages – National Office at 867-7800 (Landline) or at 09264554149 (Globe).

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