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DM Foundation has generated a total of P747,300 for “Save The Little Hearts Program”. The foundation’s chairman Dr. Azad Moopen committed to provide 50 cardiac surgeries. Photo shows (from left) beauty queen-TV personality Venus Raj, India Ambassador C. Desgupta, chairman Dr. Azad Moopen, SVP & CEO Dr. Sanjiv Malik, director Alisha Moopen, Dr. Ernie Santos representing Vice President Jejomar Binay, Board of Trustee Samie Lim, Dr. Jonas Del Rosario and country representative Joyce Alumno, together with the initially selected beneficiaries and their parents, entertained by Cackleberries mascot Master Hoobie. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/ Save The Little Hearts official Facebook account
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