FPUA Foundation's Silent Auction

Three years after the tragedy of typhoon Haiyan, a group of local artists, among which top celebrity Solenn Heussaff, will auction off paintings in order to complete a disaster-resilient village for typhoon victims.

Versailles comes with a heart as a silent auction will be held for the benefit of Typhoon Haiyan victims. This auction, that  is an initiative of our foundation France-Philippines United Action (FPUA), will present artworks from renowned local artists Solenn Heussaff, Piaget Martelino, Alfonso Recto and Chris Verayo.

Three years after the tragedy of typhoon Haiyan, these four artists replied positively at the call of the FPUA to give away their creation for a silent auction. Typhoon Haiyan blew through the Visayas region on November 2013 ; displacing 14 million people and causing more than 6,000 fatalities. The tragedy has dramatically changed the lives of the victims who are struggling to rebuild their lives. The proceeds of the Silent Auction of November 29 will fund the completion of the FPUA's third disaster-resilient village rising in Bogo City Cebu.

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