One of Ateneo’s die-hard fans is helping out Philippine Volleyball’s drive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) frontliners.
Volleyball Community Gives Back announced on its social media accounts on Sunday afternoon that Angelica Panganiban has donated a dress she wore in blockbuster film Exes Baggage to Volleyball Community Gives Back.
“Angelica Panganiban has come through once again for the volleyball community,” the post read.
“This time to server our frontliners.”
To get a chance to win the dress, one must buy a raffle ticket that costs PHP 300. There is no limit to the number of tickets that can be purchased.
All proceeds will go to frontliners.
One can purchase a ticket through the following, BPI (Account name: Ryan Sordan, account number: 8069065277), G Cash (Account name: Ryan Sordan, cel number: 09175003390), or PayMaya (Account name: Ryan Sordan, cel number: 09175003390).
Volleyball stars and celebrities have been chipping in for this cause since March.
Other celebrities that have donated some personal memorabilia were Pia Wurtzbach, Paulo Angeles, Mimiyuuh, Elisse Joson, and Dingdong Dantes.
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