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Eva Longoria Gets Help from Celeb Friends to Aid Mexico’s Earthquake Victims

Lena Hansen - PeopleCHICA
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November 3, 2017

Eva Longoria tapped a few musical friends for a good cause this week in Mexico City. The Mexican-American actress and producer asked Colombian singer Maluma to co-host the Global Gift Gala with her to raise funds for the victims of the recent earthquakes in Mexico. “Working with Eva is an experience like no other. I feel grateful that she thought of me to be part of such an important gala and I feel so happy to be able to help Mexico, a country that really needs it now,” Maluma tells People Chica exclusively. The 23-year-old singer performed an unplugged set at the star-studded fundraiser.

The exclusive event — which also included musical numbers by Mexican duo Jesse & Joy and Argentinean singer Noel Schajris — was held at the St. Regis hotel. “It’s great to be able to help others. I believe that when you give, you receive, and I do it from my heart,” adds Maluma. To all the Mexican families who were affected by the recent earthquakes, he has this message: “Fight, keep going. You have people around you, people who really want to help; and we will rebuild a new Mexico that is stronger.”

The singer is no stranger to helping others. His own Colombia-based foundation, El Arte de los Sueños (The Art of Dreams), motivates at-risk youths through art programs. “During this past year my foundation has helped the most vulnerable kids in Medellin,” he says, proudly, of his hometown.

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