As the Yuletide season brought in the merriment of gift giving, GMA Artist Center stars celebrated their birthdays in December and spread joy to other people through their chosen charities.
For Pinulot Ka Lang Sa Lupa star LJ Reyes, she spent a day with the students of Papaya Academy Inc., with fun, games, and food. This way of giving back reminded her of Aki, her only son, whom she offers her birthday wish to. “I pray that God can give me more time with him, kasi he’s getting more serious with school and sometimes I can feel the separation anxiety.”
Ika-6 Na Utos star Mike Tan paid it forward by celebrating his birthday with the elderly of Infinite Blessed Home Care Center. He serenaded the entire community, shared a meal with them, and took time in listening to their different stories. He only wishes to tour around the Philippines and spend quality time with his family.
Meanwhile, David Remo celebrated his special day with the kids of Kaisahang Buhay Foundation in an afternoon filled with games and prizes, like any10-year old kid. The pre-school kids of his chosen charity enjoyed playing with him and the Kapuso child star felt overwhelmed with the warmth he received from the community. At a young age, he is learning to commit himself in reflecting and sharing his blessings to other people as a way of giving back.
Lastly, Migo Adecer decided to gather his loyal supporters in a restaurant in Quezon City to fulfill the promise of an intimate afternoon of music and laughter. They all shared different conversations, helping the fans get a little bit more personal with him. It’s been a year since he won the Ultimate Starstruck Survivor title and Migo feels grateful for these fans that stood by him from the beginning. He will be focusing on his music career and his fans were the first ones to get a glimpse of what he has to offer this year.
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