Santiago auctions off 10 jerseys in fundraiser for frontliners
Mark Escarlote on Apr 03, 2020 06:54 PM
(Photo: Every Little Thing Counts Facebook page)
Jaja Santiago donated 10 of her treasured college, club and national team jerseys in the fundraising, Every Little Thing Counts, which aims to provide personal protective equipment (PPEs) for frontliners battling the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The 6-foot-5 veteran internationalist is one of the latest volleyball stars to join the fundraiser organized by national team setter Jia Morado.
Santiago, who has been playing in the prestigious Japan V. Premier League for the past two years with the Saitama Ageo Medics, has put up her National University uniforms for bidding.
Four of her Foton jerseys in the Philippine Superliga, her PLDT kit in the defunct V-League and national team jersey are also entered in the auction.
Aside from Santiago, Adamson University rookies Rizza Cruz, Louie Romero and Lorene Toring as well as Jem Ferrer of BanKo and Aby Marano have also donated their uniforms for the cause.
For updates and bidding mechanics, just visit the Every Little Thing Counts Facebook page.