LOOK: Enchong Dee donates blood to Philippine Red Cross

/ 11:14 AM February 21, 2020
Enchong Dee

Enchong Dee donating blood (Image: Instagram/@enchongdeeworldcentral)

Actor Enchong Dee, together with some of his fans from Enchong Dee World, donated blood to the Philippine Red Cross in its headquarters in Quezon City last Wednesday, Feb. 19.

Through the years, the celebrity swimmer has consistently been donating his blood and conducting blood drives to help others with the help of his fan group, Enchong Dee World. Dee has also been encouraging others to join him in his good cause on social media.


For his first blood donation this year, Dee expressed his gratitude to the humanitarian organization for accommodating him and his companions via his Instagram account yesterday, Feb. 20. Dee held a yellow stress ball while a portion of his arm was attached to a machine.


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@philredcross Thank you for accommodating me and my @enchongdeeworldcentral fam yesterday 🩸❤️

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After his donation, Dee proudly held up a bag full of type B blood, as seen on the Enchong Dee World’s page last Wednesday, Feb. 19.

“Things you’d always want to do all over again,” the page said. “Since when did we stopped counting?”

The fan group also emphasized that “no step is too small,” as it shared another photo of Dee while his blood was being taken.

The group said, “This year will be about helping nature, [the Philippines] and others.”  /ra


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