Celebrating 5 years with a Burst of Color and Meaning: Orange Magazine Teams Up with World Vision Philippines for its 5th Anniversary


There is no better way of celebrating a good five years of online success and colorful events than giving back for a more meaningful cause. And that’s what Orange Magazine did.

Headed by Mr. Orange Magazine himself, Jeman Bunyi Villanueva partnered with World Vision Philippines for a 5 x 5 fund raising campaign. Together with celebrity endorser Gloc 9 and Lirah Bermudez, the Orange Magazine 5 x 5 World Vision Campaign was launched at WV head office in Quezon Avenue, Quezon City last July 1, Wednesday.

The 5 x 5 campaign’s idea was to raise funds to support five kids for five years with their education and values formation. Not only will this campaign benefit the children but their parents and for their livelihood programs as well.

You can participate in the OrangeMag5X5WV World Vision Campaign by donating as low as 100 Pesos. Donations can be made online through the following bank accounts:

  • BPI: 4251-0024-15
  • BDO: 000-2700-4341-1
  • PS Bank: 038-33200013-8
  • Metrobank: 060-7060-5186-41

You did not only help brighten someone else’s future, you can also have a chance to win prizes as Orange Magazine and World Vision will be giving away O+ USA Smartphones in the grand raffle draw on July 31st.

Just forward a photo copy of your deposit slip with “5×5 campaign” written on it together with your complete name, address and contact numbers to [email protected] / [email protected] /[email protected] and/or via fax at (02) 374-7660.

And by the way, what happened last July 1 at the WV head office? Bloggers unite as friends of Orange Magazine donated a minimum of 100 Pesos during the event. Freebies and surprises also flooded the celebration as a limited edition Madonna CD, limited edition wrist watch, a brand new smartphone, Gloc 9 CDs and more have been up for grabs.

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Gab Diaz

Introvert, wanderer, blogger, foodie, a hip-hop music writer, and one of the co-founders of a tech start-up company called GigsManila.



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