Kiefer Ravena organizes charity game for Yolanda victims


Posted at Nov 13 2013 11:40 PM | Updated as of Nov 14 2013 07:40 AM

MANILA – Ateneo Blue Eagles star Kiefer Ravena is organizing a charity game to raise funds for the victims of super typhoon “Yolanda” which has killed thousands in the Visayas region.

Ravena plans to hold “Fastbreak Charity Game II” on November 30 at Blue Eagle Gym in Ateneo de Manila in Quezon City.

“We're planning a celebrity game and we’re already finalizing all the details,” the 20-year-old Ateneo sensation told ANC Hardball.

Ravena said they will also be holding a Mass to pray over the disaster victims. “That’s what we really need right now, prayers for our kababayans. “

Fastbreak II is the second installment of the charity game he first organized for the victims of typhoon Sendong.

Last year’s Fastbreak was participated in by celebrities like Gerald Anderson, Jhong Hilario and Jose Manalo, as well as basketball players Chris Tiu, James Yap and Allan Caidic,