Passion is an important thing to have in life, to do things with gusto and with heart. It spells the difference between just going through the motions or routine, and really being involved and immersing oneself in a cause much greater than just personal interest. Enter Italian luxury vehicle manufacturer Maserati which is synonymous with passion, timelessness, and signature sounding power together with Hope In A Bottle’s inspiring objective to provide classrooms for Filipino children and you have a match made in heaven.
The campaign dubbed “People of Passion” was conceptualized and executed to feature a group of notable figures who are known in their respective fields to be the voice and image of an outstanding effort to deliver much needed hope to our young countrymen by way of providing the much needed school rooms to far flung areas. To see such established and venerable individuals take time from their personal exploits to help is inspiring to say the least.
Congratulation Jason Soong, and to the team that worked on “People of Passion” I am humbled by your hearts.
If this has piqued your interest, check out the site GenerationHope.ph
James Deakin, one of the People of Passion featured that night.
Newly minted Ironman 70.3 finisher Bubbles Paraiso was also present with Elbert Cuenca, Stephen Ku, and Monchet Diokno Olives
Also on the roster was surfer Paolo Soler
Marc Nelson sharing his passion for helping the youth gain the possibility of a better future.
The effort of Hope In A Bottle has counted nine million water bottles which have helped build 37 classrooms for more than 7,000 students. Nanette Medved-Po was also named recently as one of Forbes 2017 Heroes of Philanthropy in Asia Pacific.
Mikyle who I’ve been shooting with a lot lately, and my friend, businessman Duncan Yu
When in Manila’s Donny Elvina
Willy Soong welcoming and thanking the guests for their presence.
Of course getting in and checking out the vehicles on the floor was in order!
Shot on the new Fujifilm X-T20