Grammy and Latin Grammy Award-winning singer Marc Anthony is looking after the little ones.
The 45-year-old will help orphan children have a home.
On April 2, Anthony will be in the Dominican Republic where he will inaugurate an orphanage for the Romana community.
It is reported that the orphanage has been funded by Maestro Cares, a non-profit organization founded by Anthony and Henry Cárdenas, an entrepreneur.
The Maestro Cares Foundation was created “to benefit homeless and neglected children in developing Latin American countries,” according to its website.
“Maestro Cares seeks to offer assistance to these children while supporting social services and other development programs,” the website also states.
According to Children of All Nations, an adoption agency, there are almost 200,000 orphan children in the Dominican Republic.
Y the “Vivir Mi Vida” singer is about to help a good number of them. About 100 of them to be exact.
The orphanage se llamará “Niños de Cristo”.
Way to go, Marc!- - -