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Scarlet Snow Belo auctions drawings to raise funds for Filipino scientists

/ 03:44 PM April 15, 2020
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Scarlet Snow Belo and one of the drawings she is auctioning off (Images: Instagram/@scarletsnowbelo)

Scarlet Snow Belo is auctioning off some of her drawings to raise money for scientists in the Philippines amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

She uploaded photos of her artworks on her Instagram page yesterday, April 14, saying she made them during a live art session. Her older half-brother Quark Henares, together with his team, will be assisting Scarlet with the auction.

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“The money that will be raised will go to the Philippine scientists at Philippine Genome Center and Research Institute of Tropical Medicine,” Scarlet said. “They’re trying to make test kits and they need our help.”

She also advised those interested in bidding to make their offers on her post, which Henares will monitor.

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Along with Scarlet’s fundraising effort, the Belo Medical Group, owned by her mother and celebrity doctor Vicki Belo, has been giving 1,000 meals a day to COVID-19 frontlines since March 24.  /ra

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