Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients 

By: - Reporter
/ 04:09 PM November 29, 2019

FRONTROW president RS Francisco, Miss Universe Philippines 2011 Shamsey Sup Sup and Jessica “Jed” Sanchez American Idol Season 11 award the P1 donation (Photo from FRONTROW)

MANILA, Philippines — Multi-level marketing firm Frontrow recently hosted a fun run to raise funds to support young cancer patients at the National Children’s Hospital.

Over 800 runners joined in the 3-kilometer and 5-kilometer fun runs dubbed “National Children’s Bubble Run,” held at Camp Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City last Nov. 24.


During the event, Frontrow donated P1 million worth of financial assistance to the National Children’s Hospital.


Frontrow President Raymond “RS” Francisco said the charity event shows their company’s unending support for those in need.

“We vowed also that as long as FRONTROW is here, FRONTROW will not stop from giving,” he said. The fun run greeted participants with bubble foam which reminded runners of their “childhood memories.”

Local and international artists including American Idol Season 11 runner-up Jessica “Jes” Sanchez, Miss Universe Philippines 2011 third runner-up Shamcey Supsup, Luxxe Star member Ameera Johara and the Chicsers were also present in the event.

According to Jes, she tries to take as much time as she can to free herself up to buy and provide things that kids need in different places.

The singer also expressed her gratitude to FRONTROW for giving her the opportunity to give back and help cancer patients.

“I just love giving back so I’m happy to be a part of this [event] and [be] able to see so much people give back and so many people be a part of this [event] so thank you,” said Jes.

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