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Filipino 'megastar' supports needy children

Mississauga.com

1576 days ago   Article ID# 1535797
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World Vision Canada

MISSISSAUGA, CANADA (Mississauga.com) - Filipino singer, actress and TV host Sharon Cuneta will be teaming up with World Vision Canada and Royal Mark Canada to help support needy children in the Philippines.

Cuneta, who is fondly called Megastar by fans and people from the Philippine entertainment industry, will be performing with special guests at Massey Hall in Toronto on June 9. Showtime begins at 7:30 p.m.

The event will be a celebration of Filipino culture with Filipino-British model, actor and host Derek Ramsay also making an appearance at the concert. There will also be live streaming of Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao's fight against Timothy Bradley, which takes place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The details of the contract were reviewed recently at World Vision's headquarters in Mississauga. The partnership between the international relief organization and Misisssauga-based entertainment group Royal Mark Canada will help children in the Philippines with the basics they need to help them grow up in a healthy environment and have a chance for a better, more sustainable future. Through the Support "Pinoy" Child Sponsorship Campaign, they hope to help at least 100 children.

Tickets cost $60-$150.

For more information, visit http://royalmarkcanada.com.

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Updated 1576 days ago   Article ID# 1535797

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