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Jasmine Curtis supports this advocacy

Kapuso actress Jasmine Curtis shared how that chance of being a celebrity ambassador of World Vision’s Back-to-School campaign opened her mind to the realities of the world.

Jasmine is not just busy doing her showbiz engagements. She is also giving back to the community as much as she can. Before the pandemic, she used to go around the different places in the country for this campaign.

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One of the most memorable moments that she had was the first site visit that she did and it was in Bulacan, based on the article in The Philippine Star. The actress said that this experience made her cry.

It moved me so much kasi katatapos lang ng habagat nun. Grabe yung effect dun sa community that we visited,” Jasmine Curtis said. While doing the video coverage she was in tears because they passed by a severely damaged house.

Butas na yung bubong from second floor. Sa first floor butas na rin. The family had to stay and live in a jeepney in someone else’s garahe. That just really broke my heart,” the actress shared.

After seeing the heart-wrenching scenario, Jasmine said that a lot of thoughts were running in her mind. She was thinking of what she will do if this happens to her and her mom.

This experience of Jasmine happened when she was just 17 years old but this is the most memorable for her because it has opened her mind to the realities that some communities had to go through this kind of hardship.

On the other hand, it brings positivity to her as she aspires to do something more in order to help those who are in need. Jasmine Curtis stressed that she has to be more active when she can and every time she is given a chance to speak and use her platform to help others.

If it’s just speaking, yung hindi ako makapag-donate ng sarili kong pera then at least ma-offer ko man lang yung laway ko. Yung service of talking to people. And telling people about these having means to help,” the Kapuso star stressed.

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