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Dave Chappelle Just Donated P1 Million to Help Taal Victims

It will help provide aid to those affected.
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Dave Chappelle is the latest to donate money to support the victims of the Taal Volcano eruption.

Accompanied by Katrina Razon, the daughter of Solaire Resort & Casino Chairman and CEO Enrique Razon, the stand-up comedian donated P1 million to the Rayomar Outreach Foundation which will help provide aid to those affected.

Rayomar Outreach Foundation's Martin Garcia and Ana Zubiri with Dave Chappelle and Katrina Razon.
Photo by SOLAIRE RESORT & CASINO.
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Razon wrote on Instagram, "Dave not only sent audiences here into hysterics, he also demonstrated how kindness and wisdom prevail the way. He joined us at @solaireresort in a donation to the Rayomar Outreach Foundation, a nonprofit on the ground to provide aid to those affected by #TaalVolcano."

"Dave once said, 'Constantly take inventory of what’s important you.' Thank you, Dave. For the laughter and nuggets of wisdom. It is no wonder you are one of the greatest comedians of our time," she continued.

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Chappelle performed for the first time in the Philippines at The Theatre at Solaire for two nights. He is visiting the Philippines with his Filipino-American wife, Elaine Mendoza Efre, who was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York.

On Wednesday, authorities in Batangas confirmed the death of at least five evacuees due to cardiac arrest. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology has issued an alert level 4 over Taal Volcano, and is warning of the possibility of a hazardous explosive eruption.

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