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Whealth treats orphans to another ballet performance

Whealth, Inc. continues its annual tradition of treating orphans and underprivileged children to an exclusive matinee show of Ballet Philippines’ Christmas performance at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.   

This year, the children were treated to a spectacle quite different from the Disney and story book inspired performances of previous years.  

Whealth Inc. president Albert MG Garcia (in red shirt) shares a light moment with some of the children 
Awitin Mo at Isasayaw Ko featured the music of VST & Co. with the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Gerard Salonga.   

In attendance were 1,775 kids from various orphanages and foundations.  

Whealth Inc. has been sponsoring a matinee show of the Ballet Philippines Christmas performance for underprivileged kids for the past 10 years 
The event was bannered by Whealth’s innovative all-natural health supplement brands—Megafiber fiber supplement, CranUTI Cranberry Supplement, BrainMaster herbal supplement for senior moments and Goutritis herbal supplement for gout. All brands are FDA- approved and available at Mercury Drug outlets. 

This is the 10th year that Whealth has booked the whole CCP Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo for a matinee show of Ballet Philippines to allow the children an opportunity to enjoy a cultural experience.  This unique annual Christmas gift for the kids is one way by which Whealth shares its blessings.   

Ballet Philippines’s performance featuring the music of VST&Co. delighted the 1,775 kids from various orphanages and foundations
Jollibee snacks courtesy of Whealth and chippy snacks from donor Gilbert Jose were also provided after the show.

Topics: Whealth Inc. , Ballet Philippines’ Christmas performance , Cultural Center of the Philippines , Awitin Mo at Isasayaw Ko , VST & Co. , ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra , Gerard Salonga , Gilbert Jose

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