Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. (BPCI) fetes an exclusive send-off for Binibining Pilipinas International 2021 Hannah Arnold at the Monet Ballroom 2 Novotel Manila Araneta City on November 15.
The gathering showered Arnold with love and support from her Binibini sisters, members of the press, and family and friends as she suits up for the 60th Miss International pageant at the Tokyo Dome City Hall in Japan. A special message from BPCI Chairperson Stella Marquez-Araneta was also relayed to Arnold during the event.
During the send-off, Hannah thanked her fans and supporters, and expressed hope for support as she vies for the country's 7th Miss International crown.
The 2022 edition of Miss International celebrates the pageant's 60th anniversary with the campaign #BeautiesForSDGs. It will highlight 75 beautiful contestants from around the world as they help promote the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals. The campaign aims to immerse Miss International candidates in spreading awareness, as well as actively taking part in SDGs initiatives in their own country or region.
Arnold, a forensic scientist from Masbate, is an ambassador of the country’s Department of Science and Technology. She is an advocate of science and education, and helps provide reading and writing materials to children in far-flung towns in the country. And recently, she joined the Academy of Rock to join its feeding program initiative and teach food management and production.
She is an HIV awareness advocate and a long-time partner of LoveYourself PH, a community of volunteers that provides free HIV testing, counseling, treatment, and life coaching.
Support Hannah Arnold in her quest to become the 60th Miss International by following her and the pageant on their social media pages. Download the Miss International mobile app (available on Apple Store and Google Play) and vote for her starting November 30 to help her secure a spot in the Top 15.