Wyeth supports underprivileged kids and young artists3:38 PM
Wyeth has always been and advocate of nurturing our children's innate gifts. Remember the Promil TV advertisements of child genius Shaira Luna, music prodigy Cy Tamura, and kid painter CJ de Silva in the '90s? Today, Wyeth Nutrition and Synergeia Foundation are working hand-in-hand to do their part in nurturing future generations through education. This advocacy is being carried on through the distribution of notebook to thousands of underprivileged school children in the Philippines.
The said notebooks are made extra special because they are designed by three gifted artists who are school children themselves namely, Allie Arroyo, Antonio Tordesillas, and Marco Flores. Allie began painting at 5 years old and is now under the tutelage of noted artists Bambi Manosa and Elaine Herboda. Meanwhile, Antonio Tordesillas already had a solo exhibit at 14 and Marco Flores is from Angono, Rizal which is the art capital of the Philippines.
Thus, the Nurture.Inspire.Give campaign will be launched from June 15 to August 15, 2013. Any purchase of Aqiva (900g), Progress Pre-school Gold (900g and 1.6kg), Bonakid Choco Boost (800g), Bonakid Pre-School (900g, 1.2kg, and 1.6kg) Enercal Plus (900g), or ProMama (900g) comes with a free limited edition notebook and a scratch card. The scratch card has a promo code, which one can use to register through SMS to be eligible for the raffle promo and to enable a child to receive his/her own notebook.
Fifty raffle winners will be drawn on July 17 and another fifty will be drawn on August 16 and they will Php 20,000 worth of gift certificates for school supplies and an educational gift pack worth Php 5,000. Wyeth Nutrition and Synergeia Foundation will match the number of raffle registrants to the number of notebooks they will give away so the more people who will register in the raffle, the more children will receive free notebooks.
For more information about Nurture.Inspire.Give campaign, you may visit www.wyeth.com.ph.
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