Kapamilya stars and other celebrities supported chosen programs as they joined the biggest online celebrity charity sale, Signed Sold Delivered.
This charity sale is powered by Digital Logistics company, QuadX, fashion magazine, Metro.style, and payments and delivery platform, CheckMeOut.
Proceeds of Sam Milby's pre-loved items will go to Bantay Bata 163, a program that first started as a protection for kids who are victims of unwanted violence. It has since expanded to include poverty-stricken children who are in need of medical assistance and scholarships.
Sales of Matteo Guidicelli and Enchong Dee’s items, meanwhile, will support Bantay Kalikasan, an ABS-CBN advocacy to promote and sustain the Philippine natural environment through projects such as watershed rehabilitation, and recovery and recycling of used lead batteries.
Herself pulling efforts to help victims of disasters, Maja Salvador supported Operation Sagip, the emergency humanitarian assistance program of ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation Inc. (ALKFI). Aside from providing food and relief goods, Operation Sagip also engages in rehabilitation and disaster risk reduction projects for communities affected by calamities.
By shopping items from Signed Sold Delivered, you can get to own your favorite celebrity's pre-loved items and help charity programs at the same time. To purchase the item, simply click on the photo and complete the details for your transaction on the CheckMeOut platform. Once CheckMeOut confirms your payment and delivery address, you can expect your item to be delivered anywhere in the Philippines within 3 to 5 days.
As Signed Sold Delivered’s official payment and delivery partner, CheckMeOut allows sellers to collect payments through Cash on Delivery, Credit Card, and Online Banking through any social media chat apps hassle-free. For deliveries, you can simply confirm pick-up from select cities or opt for Store Drop Off at any LBC Express branch or select M Lhuillier branches.
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