Bantay Bata 163

Energizer Shares Positive Energy to Bantay Bata 163 Patients

Althea Cahayag
June 30, 2015

ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation Inc.’s Managing Director Clarissa Ocampo thanks runners for participating in the Energizer Night Race Manila 2015 for the benefit of Bantay Bata 163’s medical patients.

With its on-going commitment of sharing the positive energy, Energizer reached its goal of raising one million pesos for the medical patients of Bantay Bata 163 by lighting up the streets of Filinvest City in Alabang with the Energizer Night Race Manila 2015.

 

The Energizer Night Race Manila 2015 is a 2-hour open loop run that challenged the participants to finish as many 3km loop as they can. Around 3,000 runners participated in the open loop event where in for every 3km loop completed by each runner, is equivalent to a hundred peso donation to Bantay Bata 163.

 

This has been the 7th Energizer Night Race for the past four years. Since the beginning, it has gathered thousands of runners to create that positive energy to help families and children, giving them the ability to work, study, and play a little longer each day.

 

Energizer’s Brand Activation Manager MJ Tiquia said, “For the medical patients of Bantay Bata 163, we are very happy that we would be a part of positive recovery towards a healthy life. So for this Energizer Night Race for 2015, we would be keeping you in our minds while we run.”

 

During her speech, ALKFI Managing Director Clarissa Ocampo encouraged everyone to always think of the children, “ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation was so elated because Bantay Bata is one of the

most stable programs of the foundation, because we need to be around for the children who are our future. We’ve been monitoring how many would run. It’s not because of the cash but because we want the awareness of the advocacy. Thank you to Energizer and to everyone who participated. This is really going to help the children and please, always think of the children even in your small ways. Always take care of the children.”