Daniel Padilla celebrates birthday with cancer patients, animals

Daniel Padilla celebrates 29th birthday with cancer patients, rescue animals

/ 07:14 PM April 26, 2024

Daniel Padilla celebrates 29th birthday with cancer patients | Image: Instagram/@captainluz, @karlaestrada1121

Daniel Padilla celebrates 29th birthday with cancer patients | Image: Instagram/@captainluz, @karlaestrada1121

Daniel Padilla held a pre-birthday celebration at the Center for Health Improvement and Life Development (CHILD) Haus, a temporary shelter for individuals who are battling cancer.

Padilla’s mother, Karla Estrada, posted an Instagram reel that showed the highlights of the Kapamilya actor’s visit to the children’s health shelter in Ermita, Manila, on April 21.


“Thank you, childhouse, and to the children who are all cancer patients. God bless and all be well soon,” she wrote in the caption. “We will always be here to support and pray for you guys! Thank you for the years of friendship. God bless you all. God bless you, my son.”


Padilla gave toys, food and some financial assistance to the shelter patients.

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Today, April 26, is the actual birthday of the actor, who turned 29 years old.

For his celebration today, Padilla visited a shelter for abandoned animals in Arayat, Pampanga.

According to ABS-CBN news, there are 90 dogs and 50 cats residing in the shelter, which are mostly abandoned or neglected, coming from Quezon City, Manila and Novaliches impounding areas.

Padilla reportedly donated dog and cat foods and treats, and also provided funds for the cages of the animals.

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