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Camille Prats, Iya Villania, LJ Reyes Launch Fundraiser For Moms and Babies In Need
PHOTO BY @iyavillania, @camilleprats, @lj_reyes on Instagram
  • No one can fully understand what a mother is going through except fellow mothers. Everyone has their own concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic, and mothers always put their babies' needs before their own.

    Celebrity moms Camille Prats, Iya Villania, Chariz Solomon, all from GMA TV's morning talk show Mars Pa More, and LJ Reyes, Chynna Ortaleza, Isabel Oli and Pauleen Luna-Sotto decided to put up a fundraising effort dubbed, Project: Alalay Kay Nanay.

    "Since most relief goods are not baby-friendly and most moms and parents are on a daily wage salary basis, they need help to buy baby essentials," Camille wrote on Instagram.

    The project officially launched on Easter Sunday, April 12, 200. In 24 Oras's "Chika Minute," the mom of three revealed that Alalay Kay Nanay was able to collect Php67,500 in just one day. She, along with her celeb mom partners, ask that fellow moms continue to share awareness about the fundraiser.


    Alalay Kay Nanay is a fundraising project "by moms for moms and their babies. It aims to help mothers of kids ages 2 and younger, whose livelihood has been gravely affected by the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ)

    What moms and babies need most during ECQ are healthy food, clean water, vitamins, hygiene products, and more. They also want to be able to provide medicines and other necessities of children with special needs, Iya added.

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    How to donate in or receive help from Project: Alalay Kay Nanay

    Those who want to donate to the Alalay Kay Nanay fundraiser, you can send your cash donations via electronic bank transfer to Banco De Oro (BPI) or Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) accounts listed on Instagram (@alalaykaynanay) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/AlalayKayNanay).

    Moms and babies who need help can send them a message on their official social media pages. They would need to disclose their full name (government-issued ID) and social media handle, the number of kids with their names and ages (screenshots of children's birth certificate), and address.

    In line with it, those applying to benefit from Alalay Kay Nanay are asked to provide a short description of their situation and their needs. Iya stressed that they also request that those who would be seeking their help be honest.


    Along with pertinent information, possible beneficiaries should also include how Alalay Kay Nanay can send them help. This could be via electronic bank transfer (name and account number), GCash, or PayMaya.

    This weekend, the celebrity moms behind the project will hold a Facebook Live streaming fundraising that will have them share cooking, budget tips, and more.

    "When moms unite, amazing things happen!" Camille stressed.

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