World Champion boxer Manny Pacquiao solicit funds to build homes for the poor

World Champion boxer Manny Pacquiao solicit funds to build homes for the poor

Following his massive construction of 1,000 homes for the underprivileged in 2016, Emmanuel Pacquiao, has taken to Facebook to solicit funds through his foundation to build affordable houses for the poor.

The Filipino professional boxer, politician and only eight-division world champion in the history of boxing undertook a similar philanthropic gesture by funding the construction of 1,000 homes to help poor families in 2016.

Manny Pacquiao was described as more than a world-class athlete or a Filipino politician after his compassionate activism.

The Manny Pacquiao Foundation disclosed via Facebook that it's ''excited to announce a major project and partnership,'' in 2019.

''We have teamed up with Rotary International to provide low cost homes for hundreds of people in Southern Philippines, and you can be a part! Whether you give $5 or purchase an entire home with a nameplate for $2,000 - there are multiple ways to be involved in this exciting project! Visit to help make a family’s dream come true!,'' the post stated.

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When completed, the act of compassion would provide families with secured living spaces thanks to Manny Pacquiao's generosity.

Meanwhile, a good-hearted teacher at Kubease in Ejisu, has been impacting the lives of young people in an extraordinary way despite having access to very limited resources.

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