Miss World 2013 Megan Young Will Continue Her Charity Work On Second Year With MWO

Reigning Miss World title-holder, Miss Megan Young will pass her crown to the new winner of the world famous beauty pageant this coming December 2014, but she will continue her charity work with the Miss World Organization for the next two years as confirmed by the organization.

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According to Julia Morley, President of the Global Pageant, confirmed in a press conference held at the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) Pediatric Ward in Manila on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

The President of Miss World Organization (MWO) explained that “once a Miss World graduates, on her second year she continues to do work for the organization. By that time, she has fully understood ‘beauty with a purpose,'” Julia Morley explained.

The “Beauty With A Purpose” is the Miss World mantra and is also the name of the group’s charity. According to the officials from Miss World, not all the winners of the beauty pageant were asked to continue working with the organization, but Megan Young’s stint was reportedly extended two more years, which is considered as a rare occurrence for any winner.

The 24-year-old Megan Young won the 2013 edition of the Miss World Beauty Pageantin Indonesia, during her coronation night, she promised to be “the best Miss World ever.”

Although Megan Young’s charity work with the Miss World Organization, according to the London-based Julia Morley, the Filipina beauty queen could still make side projects and can pursue her dreams of making it big in the entertainment industry in the next few years.

The Miss World Organization’s top official is currently in the Philippines to inspect the new Philippine General Hospital (PGH) wing being built to accommodate more children. The project was funded with a donation from Sta. Elena Construction and Development Corp., through the Miss World’s Beauty with a Purpose program.

Sta. Elena’s CEO Alice Eduardo turned over P5.8 million to PGH Medical Foundation to construct the hematology and oncology isolation ward. The top executive also gave an additional $20,000 almost P1 Million for the ward’s equipment.

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