Singing sensations Angel Ram and Geo Ed Rebucas will be showcasing their talents on Sunday, April 30, 2017, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. to benefit the Filipino Children’s Fund, Inc. (FCF).

This organization’s sole mission is to assist and improve the lives of impoverished children and families in the Philippines through self-help, livelihood projects.

Tickets are $80 and $85 at the door which includes a dinner buffet.

For reservation and more details of this event, please call or e-mail Lara M. Ciamician (Executive Director) at 917.951.7287; e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The event will be held at D’Haven (58-02 37th Avenue) in Woodside, NY 11377.

ANGEL RAM, a versatile artist, has been circling the music scene in New York City and has made lasting impressions with her musicality all over the Northeast.

From performing a classic ballad to tribute cover songs of legendary artists and to heartfelt OPM music, she has prepared herself to be the singer/performer that she is today since she stepped on stage at the age of 2.

Garnering awards for her talent and the opportunity to perform at different iconic stages has been the culmination of hard work and her passion for music.

With her sultry and soulful singing style, Angel has captured the audience from well-known music lounges and bars all over where she can be seen.

GEO ED REBUCAS has made himself recognizable to international TV viewers thru Pilipinas Got Talent as a finalist in Season 3.

Gaining more than applause from the experience, he received valuable vocal training and performance lessons which he applied to his innate talent.

Today, his striking vocal range and versatile musical styles will separate his performances with his choice of song materials that highlights his falsetto and comedic persona on stage that captivates the audience.

Since his decision to make New York his home base three years ago — he’s been making rounds in various Filipino communities and events nationwide.

This event is sponsored by VYNZ Entertainment, LLC.


FCF, Inc. was incorporated in the U.S. as a 501©(3) non-profit, non-sectarian, charitable foundation in 1986 by Filipino-Americans and others concerned about the future of the children of the Philippines, the majority of whom now as then live under a veil of persistent and abject poverty.