Jericho Rosales shows houses built from donations they raised for Ulysses victims

Jericho Rosales shows houses built from donations they raised for Ulysses victims

- Jericho Rosales shared the good news on his Instagram account, which delighted his followers

- It's all about the houses they built with the help of the donations that he and his wife Kim Jones have raised for the victims of the Typhoon Ulysses

- The famous actor shared photos of the houses and he also tagged some celebrities who donated to their fundraising project

- According to him, they were able to build 20 houses for 20 families who were affected by the catastrophic typhoon

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Jericho Rosales happily shared that they were able to build 20 houses for 20 families who were devastated by Typhoon Ulysses last year.

Jericho Rosales shows houses built from donations they raised for Ulysses victims
Jericho Rosales/@jerichorosalesofficial
Source: Instagram

The funds that they used were from the fundraising project that he and his wife Kim Jones organized.

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Amazingly, aside from giving away some goods, they were also able to provide these houses to those families who had lost their homes due to the typhoon.

Jericho thanked the people who supported and contributed to their fundraising initiative as he tagged them in his post.

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Some of the donors are celebrities like Ria Atayde, Issa Pressman, John Manalo and many others.

"It’s been almost a year since Typhoon Ulysses devastated many parts of our country including Marikina and Cagayan. We’re happy to share that with the help of one of the best titas of Manila (@marinezelizalde) , our friends too many to mention, and you who donated to the cause, Ulysses Relief Fund were also able to help build 20 houses for 20 families to Project Salinong in Baggao, Cagayan," he wrote.

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Jericho also added that the recipients are thankful for their big help. Moreover, Echo's post gained praises from netizens.

See his post below:

Jericho Rosales is a seasoned and award-winning actor. He's known as "Asia's Prince of Dramas" for his outstanding performances in various television shows.

On May 3, Jericho Rosales shared his #GabiNaNaman series entry on Instagram, which featured dance moves he dubbed the "tito dance." A netizen then commented on the post, telling him, "tanda mo na." Despite the harsh remark, the actor maintained his composure and responded with a witty retort.

Jericho and Kim were praised on social media for their bravery amid Typhoon Ulysses' floods in Marikina City. A Facebook user shared a video and images of Jericho and Kim during the typhoon. In the video and pictures, the married couple could be seen riding their surfboards to see any trapped people they could help. Many people on the internet applauded them for risking their lives to help their neighbors.

Source: Kami.com.ph

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