For memorable and meaningful for thousands of survivors of Typhoon Yolanda, who made ravaged the Philippines in October 2013, Justin Bieber was honored at the Eastwood City Walk of Fame or Hall of Fame, Philippines.
In 2013, Justin spared no effort and used his power of influence to raise funds to help rebuild the country, and beyond graffiti in the cause, auctioning materials and photos, Justin went even further and with their dedication and their fans, grossed more than $3 million to the campaign #GiveBackPhilippines , in a fund managed by Prizeo, which was passed on to the institutions responsible for assisting victims. Support was finished with his visit to the country on December 10, 2013, which was another way to draw world attention to the needs of the country at that time. Continue reading
On his arrival in Manila, the Philippine capital on the morning of Tuesday (10), Justin Bieber met with some executives involved in the campaign to help survivors of Typhoon Yolanda, which devastated the country in November. Besides visiting the city to hold a concert, distribute clothes and toys, the singer was also taking a check for $500,000, which raised the campaign in partnership with Prizeo , UNICEF and Action Against Hunger, and gave the value for the Philam Foundation , an institution that is managing the donations of Bieber campaign in the country.
Above a photo of the star, when he delivered the check that will help thousands of survivors of Typhoon Yolanda and official release issued by Philam Foundation about partnering with Justin, with reviews of the star on the campaign: Watch The Video!
The Canadian and his team made a quick pass by Tacloban city most affected by the typhoon and managed to make a difference bringing hope to victims to visit some temporary shelters, where the singer gave a presentation and even joked with young children. Besides the tour, Justin still managed to raise over $600,000 U.S. dollars to help those who lost everything due to the Yolanda .
The teen heartthrob Justin Bieber visited young victims of typhoon Yolanda on Tuesday, traveling to the Philippines after launching a global campaign to help those affected by the deadly storm.
Bieber left Australia and flew to Tacloban, the devastated capital of the central province of Leyte , where he handed out t-shirts, toys and basketballs for the kids.
The star of 19 years visited an elementary school in Tacloban, being used as accommodation despite being badly damaged by the typhoon last month that left nearly 6,000 dead, more than 1,700 missing and devastated entire towns and villages of central the Philippines. Continue reading