Valentine’s Day with ABS CBN Foundation’s Pinoy Celebrity Tiangge

Share Article

The first online store endorsed by Philippine celebrities has great finds, budget deals, and gifts for Valentine’s Day.

Sweet Treats by Pinoy Celebrity Tiangge

What better way to send Valentine’s greetings to poor Filipino children and their families than to go shopping.

With Valentine’s day just around the corner, the Pinoy Celebrity Tiangge is offering sweet treats. Shower your loved ones with sweet gifts like the Valentine’s Treats Basket, a collection of favorite Filipino sweets like Choco Vrons (chocolate polvorons), Macapuno and Ube candies, Dried Mangoes, Turrones de Casoy and Turrones de Mani, Pacencias, Puto Sekos and the all-time favorite Choc-Nuts for just $25. And for the special women in your life, there’s no better way to show your love than with jewelry. The freshwater pearl necklace and earrings set is a beautiful accessory for any occasion for just $22.

Pinoy Celebrity Tiangge, the world’s first and only online marketplace endorsed by Philippine celebrities, features various products ranging from music to apparel and sweet treats to electronics. The online bazaar is a project of the ABS-CBN Foundation-International, a nonprofit organization that provides aid to children and families in need in the Philippines.

"What better way to send Valentine’s greetings to poor Filipino children and their families than to go shopping. The Pinoy Celebrity Tiangge has special gift ideas for your loved one this Valentine’s season. And proceeds of every purchase during this Valentine’s holiday will go to Bantay Bata and the other programs of ABS-CBN Foundation,” said J. Robbie Fabian, President of the ABS-CBN Foundation International.

The Filipino- and Filipino-American celebrities’ support has given the project a unique character, as many items were hand-picked by the celebrities themselves. “It’s great that one day, Michael Copon, is rumored to be dating Kim Kardashian and the next day he’s sporting this shirt that we sell on the Tiangge,” shares Fabian. “Celebrities continue to do their part to inspire charitable giving and we’re excited that the online market is received with so much excitement.”

Shop around. See what the buzz is about. With every purchase, another child in the Philippines is given the gift of education, nutrition and health. Shop now at http://www.celebritytiangge.com.

About Pinoy Celebrity Tiangge
Pinoy Celebrity Tiangge is the world’s first and only online store selling items that are endorsed by Filipino celebrities. The items for sale consist of a wide variety of things ranging from clothing and accessories to household pieces and electronics.

The Filipino term, ‘tiangge,’ means a bazaar or flea market and the items within its marketplace are affordable. The Filipino celebrities who may be involved with the Tiangge come from a wide variety of entertainment and celebrity fields around the globe, which may include: television, movies, music, sports and other popular luminaries.

Pinoy Celebrity Tiangge is a project of the ABS-CBN Foundation International in partnership with The Filipino Channel (TFC) in support of the programs of the ABS-CBN Foundation in the Philippines. ABS CBN Foundation International is a private, non-profit organization of the ABS CBN Broadcasting Network and it has been helping disadvantaged Filipino communities in the Philippines and around the world for over 12 years. Proceeds from sales in the Pinoy Celebrity Tiangge will help benefit programs such as: Bantay Bata (Child Watch), Bantay Kalikasan (Environmental Watch), Educational Television, Kapit Bisig Para Sa Ilog Pasig (Linking Arms for the Pasig River), Sagip Kapamilya (Saving our Compatriots) and Bayan (Country) Microfinance.

For more information about ABS CBN Foundation International, please visit http://www.abscbnfoundation.org. For more information about ABS-CBN and The Filipino Channel, please visit http://www.abs-cbnglobal.com.

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Keesa Ocampo
Visit website