Anne Curtis raises funds for UNICEF on daughter's birthday

Heidi Hsia
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4 Feb – In celebration of baby daughter Dahlia turning one, Anne Curtis recently announced that she and husband Erwan Heussaff will be raising funds for marginalised children through United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF).

The actress shared the news on social media on 3 February with a photo of her daughter, writing, "Time has definitely gone by so fast... in a month, our little girl will be turning 1... and to celebrate life of little ones, we're raising funds to help UNICEF give vulnerable babies and disadvantaged children the childhood they deserve..."

Dahlia enjoys flipping the book pages
Dahlia enjoys flipping the book pages

"There's nothing we want more than for ALL children to be given the best start at life. So, to our friends, family, fans and followers I hope you can join this meaningful fundraiser for Dahlia's birthday and contribute to this cause. Would mean the world to us."

Curtis also added that she and her husband will match whatever amount that was raised and donate it to UNICEF Philippines.

In the same post, the actress also revealed that daughter Dahlia is fond of books, saying that the little one loves story time and flipping the pages by herself.

Curtis is currently in Melbourne, Australia, with her husband and child, where she has been since she entered the second half of her pregnancy in 2019.

Curtis with hubby and baby
Curtis with hubby and baby

(Photo Source: Anne Curtis Instagram)