- Mayor Isko Moreno shared about getting product endorsement offers
- The Manila City Mayor revealed that he would donate Millions of Pesos to Philippine General Hospital
- His talent fee from some endorsements amounting to 4 Million Pesos will be given to PGH Medical Foundation Incorporated
Mayor Isko Moreno revealed that he would donate his Millions worth of talent fee to PGH. According to him, P24.5 million was the total amount of money that would be donated for children with cancer at Philippine General Hospital (PGH).
Aside from this, the well-respected mayor revealed that he accepted some endorsement offers, and all his talent fees will be given to the same hospital.
“Basta ang sinisigurado ko sa inyo may pupuntahan namang maayos yan kasi kong makakatulong ako para gasgasin ang katawan ko, Ok lang. OK lang bakit?, basta pakikinabangan ng ibang otao lalo na yung may mga sakit” he said.
His talent fee amounting to 4 Million Pesos will go directly to PGH Medical Foundation Incorporated.
He also thanked everyone who helped and expressed their desire to help, especially those coming from out of the country who sent their donations.
As previously reported, Mayor Isko banned the unsightly hanging of laundry in a new Manila City ordinance.
Francisco Moreno Domagoso (colloquially named as Yorme Isko) (born October 24, 1974) is a former Filipino actor and a current politician. He is the 27th mayor and a former Vice Mayor of the City of Manila, the capital city of the Philippines; and a former three-term councilor of the city's first congressional district.
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