Christmas colored with hope

posted January 17, 2020 at 06:15 pm
by  Manila Standard
Real estate player Anchor Land Holdings brought a heavy dose of happiness to cancer-stricken children last December at the Philippine Children’s Medical Center (PCMC) in Quezon City.

Christmas colored with hope

Collaborating with the Kythe Foundation, volunteers from the company brightened young faces as they brought paintbrushes and palettes of various colors, to bring out the artists among indigent pediatric cancer patients in the facility.

Colored paper mache crafts were created with much glee, as the young wards saw their art become train cars and ships. Anchor Land provides medical support to children who are under the maintenance phase.

The partnership with Kythe Foundation is part of the company’s efforts to care for the community. Kythe Foundation gives psychosocial support to over 11,000 children who are diagnosed with cancer and other chronic illnesses. 

Topics: Anchor Land Holdings , cancer-stricken children , Philippine Children’s Medical Center , Kythe Foundation
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