After a week of playing DOTA2, Fajardo raises over P30,000 for ‘Ulysses’ victims

Published November 22, 2020, 7:40 PM

by Carlo Anolin

After a week of playing DOTA2, San Miguel Beer big man June Mar Fajardo has raised over P30,000 for the victims of Typhoon “Ulysses.”

As of Sunday, Fajardo collected a total of P31,401.96 monetary funds from his stream for-a-cause initiative through his gaming channel AHOSgaming.

Read: Fajardo launches stream to help victims of ‘Ulysses

The six-time PBA Most Valuable Player, who is recovering from his shin injury, said he will be sending the money to his chosen partner organization later tonight.

The fundraiser will serve as assistance for the families affected by “Ulysses” last week, which wreaked havoc in Metro Manila and nearby regions.

Fajardo initially donated a total of P20,000 after giving away P500 each to 20 random people during the first landfall of “Ulysses.”

SMB’s gentle giant also celebrated his birthday along with his brother Jay by reaching out to the elderly and children.

Meanwhile, on his YouTube channel AHOSgaming, Fajardo showed off his three-point shooting skills anew as part of his recovery with the help of Beermen assistants Boycie Zamar and Andrew Buhalan.