The 56 contestants who took part in the charity event
Maxine in action
The Rise Against Hunger Charity Event of the 65th Miss Universe – held at the Taft Ballroom of Conrad Manila – was a huge success with 56 of the 86 candidates completing the filling and measuring of one hundred (100) boxes of food packs to be given to the recipient-beneficiaries (pregnant and underprivileged women) of the organization along with Pass It Forward Foundation.
Never mind that they stood for hours measuring rice, yeast and all – the 56 contestants who participated had a lot of fun doing the task. After all, if you want to be Miss Universe, being #ConfidentlyBeautifulWithAHeart is a must!
Excellent job, ladies! 👍🏽
Below are photos taken by Joy Arguil for normannorman.com
Ecuador, Argentina, Brazil and Costa Rica rise against hunger
The ladies busy packing the food items
More measuring and filling and packing- the ladies were up to the challenge
A gong was sounded everytime 20 boxes were completed and sealed
Paraguay and Honduras digging in
Myanmar sealing a food pack
Venezuela measuring yeast to be sealed afterwards
The ladies were even serenaded by singer Gerald Santos before the packing process started
My photos with some of the 65th Miss Universe contestants
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