Benefit concert for women empowerment

posted September 03, 2018 at 06:30 pm
by  Nickie Wang
Outbox Media is training the spotlight on empowered women by staging Limitless, an all-female concert and a benefit dinner happening on Friday, Sept. 7 at the Metrotent Convention Center in Pasig.

The show, headlined by Cornerstone Entertainment artists Angeline Quinto, Radha, Liezel Garcia and up and coming singer-songwriter Jayda Avanzado, also serves as Outbox Media’s 12th anniversary celebration. 

Led by the Queen of Events, Outbox Media Powerhouse Corporation managing director Rossel Velasco-Taberna, the concert aims to showcase the company’s event handling expertise, spread love and joy though popular songs and timeless hits, and at the same time celebrate the impact and significance of what women can do in the society today.

Benefit concert for women empowerment
Angeline Quinto, Radha, Liezel Garcia, Kyla and Jayda Avanzado headline 'Limitless' concert, Outbox Media's 12-anniversary celebration and benefit show.
“Nowadays women in the country and all over the world are given more opportunities to succeed. This development today is not just the right thing to do, but it can be powerful enough to inspire many, empower others and even transform society,” noted in a statement Outbox Media shared with the entertainment press.

With Taberna’s leadership , Outbox Media continues to uphold their mantra of “Burning Passion, Unceasing Dedication and Limitless Diversity; catering to different multinational companies such as Wyeth Nutrition Philippines, Royale Business Club, EMS Components Assembly, Inc., and Monde Nissin to name a few.

Beyond their numerous breakthroughs, they never forget to pay it forward by hosting an annual benefit show.

This benefit event honors women with moving stories that inspire more people, including SpED teachers of Antipolo City Sped Center, who dedicate their lives to teaching more than 250 differently-abled kids. These teachers empower women and children with special needs to prove their disability is not a hindrance to success.

Benefit concert for women empowerment
News personality Anthony Taberna with wife Rossel Velasco-Taberna and their children join 'Limitless' headliners during a press conference held at Cornerstone Studios.
To aid them in educating their students, Outbox Media will be donating U-shaped chairs which can help make the school more conducive to learning for the students and aid the teachers to do their jobs with ease.

Other beneficiaries of the concert are visually impaired siblings Alma and Alice Corsanes, who despite having glaucoma that leads to blindness, continue to persevere in life. They had undergone computer livelihood training for the blind and applying for computer-based jobs to help alleviate their family’s situation, despite their condition. Outbox Media is set to donate a desktop computer unit to the siblings. With a computer unit at home, they can start applying for several jobs or even work from home.

Limitless: Empowered Women, Empower Women is made possible by Foton Motors Philippines, San Miguel Corporation, Sta. Elena Development & Construction Corporation, Palayan City Business Hub, Petrol Jeans, Hotel Sogo, Waterfront Hotel, Acacia Hotel, Bounty Fresh Chooks To Go, Eurotel, Oishi. New San Jose Builders, P.A. Properties,Megasoft, Chinese General Hospital, Rite N Lite, Ferma, Jc Premier, King Cup Sardines, Courbe, Uratex, Phoenix, Grab and Crossover Fm 105.1 as media partner

Co-producing this 12th anniversary dinner benefit show as caterer is Anthony Taberna’s Ka Tunying’s. 

Topics: Anthony Taberna , Angeline Quinto , Radha , Liezel Garcia , Kyla , Jayda Avanzado , Outbox Media , Limitless
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