To help clean the environment, the Bible Readers (BREAD) Society took Kuya Daniel Razon’s cue by cleaning up hazardous wastes in Little Baguio, San Juan in response to the Isang Araw Lang campaign.
The clean-up drive initiated this month focused on cleaning different broken light bulbs and fluorescent lights that contain mercury, a potent neurotoxin. Aside from these, the group also collected broken Christmas lights.
The enthusiastic youth of the BREAD society went house-to-house to collect the aforesaid materials and at the same time, spread public awareness regarding the ill-effects of broken lighting. Little Baguio Barangay Captain Allen Silvano shared his appreciation for this endeavor under the Isang Araw Lang advocacy.
All eyes and ears are on Mr. Public Service as he addresses the excited crowd at the PBA Benefit Game for the Isang Araw Lang campaign.
Coca-Cola Tigers coach Kenneth Duremdes supports the noble cause.
PBA stars strike the signature Isang Araw Lang pose in support of the campaign.
On September 25, 2009, popular basketball teams Alaska Aces and Coca-Cola Tigers were cheered on not just because they blazed their signature moves on the court. Loud applause and hoots were given them for supporting Kuya Daniel’s noble Isang Araw Lang campaign.
To further help finance the free college project under Kamanggagawa Foundation’s wing, Kuya Daniel Razon organized a special basketball game with the Philippine Basketball Association. “Thanks to the PBA that they have now embarked in public service,” remarks the public servant in his privilege speech before the exciting game began.
The game ended with a bang as the aces won with 100-97, who strategically called for time-outs and managed a three-point shot breaking the tie.
Just when people think the reasons to go nuts about basketball have all been said and done, the Isang Araw Lang campaign comes along; a selfless movement that aims to help the needy and underprivileged and gave people one more reason to “love the game.”