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World Vision ushers in the holiday season with a whole day of meaningful, fun-filled family activities this Thursday, December 6, 2012, at the Trinoma Activity Center from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
True to its theme, “Pasko para sa Lahat” (Christmas for All), World Vision’s pre-Christmas celebration hopes to bring holiday cheer to family, friends and mall goers of all ages by reliving some of our most treasured Christmas traditions.
The first part of the program will feature a gallery of Christmas-themed artworks by renowned Filipino artist group KUNST. The paintings will be up for sale and the proceeds will go to World Vision’s child sponsorship program.
Kids and kids-at-heart will get to unleash their inner artists with a series of workshops entitled, “Pasko Paslit.” For a registration fee of only PhP 150.00, children can take part in the art workshop to be hosted by KUNST, Christmas stocking workshop, and a carolling activity where they will serenade mall goers with popular Christmas carols. The workshops will run from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
World Vision will also treat mall goers to a free mini-concert dubbed “Himig Pasko,” featuring performances from the Madrigal Singers, Tanya Markova, Gloc 9 and Miguel Escueta, who will also promote his Christmas track “This Christmas” for the benefit of World Vision sponsored children. Concert will start at 4:00 pm.
Also joining the event are Talentadong Pinoy Hall of Famer Joshua Davis, known as the “Yoyo Tricker”, former World Vision sponsored child and folk painter Elito “Amang Pintor” Circa, event host DJ Jordan Escusa, and other World Vision Celebrity supporters and advocates.The program will be hosted by radio jocks Nicole Hyala and Chris Tsuper.
Come and help spread the joy of giving while also spending Christmas with those who matter most – family. For more details and pre-registration mechanics, please call World Vision at (02) 374-8413 and look for Pam or Marion.
For more information, log onto www.worldvision.org.ph or call hotline (02) 372-7777.
Press release from World Vision