- World Vision recently launched “Hope Town” in the pursuit of helping more children in the Philippines
- The event was attended by its ambassadors Inigo Pascual, Enzo Pineda
- World Vision exists for more than 60 years helping the most vulnerable children and their communities
A child-focused global Christian organization, World Vision recently launched “Hope Town”, an experiential booth featuring a day in the life of one of its sponsored children, Nica. The program is aimed to give hope to children in the Philippines, especially to those susceptible to harm.
The booth showcased the life of Nica to its spectators by displaying an accurate imitation of her home and community in North Cebu. Aside from this, a VR video with a 360 perspective of Nica’s life was also shown.
The event was attended by World Vision Ambassadors Inigo Pascual, Enzo Pineda, and Bianca Umali along with World Vision National Director Rommel Fuerte.
The three celebrities roamed around the mall and encouraged the people to witness the Hope Town with a short challenge.
“We invite everyone to become part of the transformational development that is happening in the lives of the most vulnerable children. As our Hope Town Experiential Booth ushers you into the journeys of our communities, I pray that God will make known to you the path of life that is full of joy and blessings forever. Thank you for your support to the Filipino children and to World Vision Philippines,” said Fuerte.
Hope Town is made possible with a partnership from brand activation company Excite Inc., Max’s Restaurant, ComCo Southeast Asia and with the help of World Vision advocates Rodel Flordeliz of Nognog in the City, Ria Lumandog of Sugar Smile, Rod Magaru of The Rod Magaru Show, Earth Rullan of Earthlingorgeous, Ed Uy of Where is Ed Uy?, and Jeman Villanueva of Orange Magazine TV.
World Vision exists for more than 60 years helping the most vulnerable children and their communities. The organization is known for being committed to giving every child an opportunity to live “life in all its fullness.”