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Marc Anthony opens an orphanage for homeless girls in Mexico

By Karen Butler
Marc Anthony opens an orphanage for homeless girls in Mexico
Marc Anthony said he helped open a girls orphanage in Mexico, the fourth such facility he has helped create. File Photo by Gary I Rothstein/UPI | License Photo

TOLUCA, Mexico, March 13 (UPI) -- Recording artist Marc Anthony says he is thrilled to help establish a facility for homeless girls in Mexico.

"These are the things that fulfill my soul! So happy to celebrate the opening of a new Girls orphanage in Toluca, #Mexico. #MaestroCares," Anthony wrote in an Instagram post, alongside a photo of him at a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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"70 girls in #Toluca #Mexico will now have a home. Celebrating the opening of the new Girls orphanage," said another message, which accompanied pictures of Anthony touring the building.

FOX News Latino said this is the fourth orphanage Anthony has helped build through the Maestro Cares foundation he began in 2012

70 girls in #Toluca #Mexico will now have a home. Celebrating the opening of the new Girls orphanage. @MaestroCares

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