Kuya Daniel doesn’t only take great photos, he makes great ones as well. See our beloved Kuya together with people supporting his advocacy in making a difference.
Witness Philippine sports history unravel as 50,500 runners participated in the Just One Day: Run for Free College on January 31, 2010 at the SM Mall of Asia.
A huge crowd of runners gathered at the starting line long before daylight began to break on January 31st.
"When running goes beyond being just a sports event, others also go beyond what they can to take part in its noble cause." Indeed.
Running side by side with Kuya Daniel is the director of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, Gen. Dionisio Santiago, in support of the veteran broadcaster's effort to help poor students have a brighter future ahead of them.
Runners went around the world's third largest shopping mall, the SM Mall of Asia, near Manila Bay in Pasay City, Philippines.
Dubbed “Up Close: 26th Year in Public Service,” the event was held last November 2009 at the Palacio De Manila in celebration of Daniel Razon’s more than two decades of public service works.
UNTV CEO Daniel Razon blew the light of the candle placed at the birthday layer cake in celebration of his 26th year of public service.
One of the special guests, Bro Eli Soriano, provided his inspirational remarks as Daniel Razon listened attentively.
As he walked to exit the venue, fans, supporters and avid followers of his programs on UNTV flocked to him to get a hand shake or photo with Kuya Daniel.
Visit the art exhibit that fused painting and photography for the sake of philanthropy bared for all to see from September 28-30, 2009 at the Tala Gallery.
Here, imitation becomes not only the sincerest form of flattery, but more importantly, of philanthropy.
But of all the evidences of admiration on that artistic eve, the look of a loving husband on a portrait of his loving wife proved greatest of all.
"And if you are going to get all of these works of art and hang them on your walls, they’re not going to be just artworks to look at, but beyond that. ... But it will be something that will also be doing something good for other people."
Y Con Con or Youth Convention and Concert gathered the youth crowd last July 2009 at the Araneta Coliseum for a night of music and advocacy to do good even for just one day!
With her endearing voice, Philippine Soul Siren Nina wowed more than 20,000 youths who attended the concert geared for good change: free college education.
The audience at the Araneta Coliseum broke with loud cheers when former Eraserheads lead vocalist, Ely Buendia, now fronting the band Pupil, appeared on stage.
Daniel Razon remarked that the concert is just the beginning of a bigger advocacy to spread the message: that even for just one day, everyone with the ability can respond to the call of doing good to their fellowmen.
The Isang Araw Lang album earned Gold Record status on the same date of the event — a historic first in Philippine music.
The country saw the dawn of a different kind of indie as Just One Day: the Movie premiered in just one night at the Meralco Theater, Manila, Philippines.
From left, businessman Atom Henares, Mrs. Cecilia Henares with husband, former senator Larry Henares beside Pondahan cast members, Niña Taduran, "Lola Sela", Lea Ylagan, Allan Encarnacion, Rene Jose and (far right) actor Rey PJ Abellana comfortably seated for the first screening of the blockbuster movie for-a-cause.
Inside the theater, antagonist Rey PJ Abellana, gets genuinely congenial with a fan as they get a picture together opposite well-known Filipino singer, Claire dela Fuente.
As people happily exit the Meralco Theater, some grab a piece or two of movie merchandise to be ready for the chance to get them signed by Kuya Daniel. From shirts to bookmarks — all for a jolly good time with Kuya Daniel.
Relive the concert inspired by the brave men and women of Philippine broadcasting: Test Broadcast 2 at the Araneta Coliseum on January 26, 2009.
The Big Night at the Big Dome starts with a great dance number from the BMPI Dancers.
Chairman Benny Antiporda of the National Press Club receives due recognition for his enviable efforts in keeping press freedom alive. The plaque was given by (from left) BMPI executives Daniel Razon and Ruth Soriano and businessman Atom Henares.
While just the mere sight of him had raised everyone's spirits up, Kuya Daniel inspired them even more when he sang Josh Groban's "You Raise Me Up".