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LOOK: Catriona Gray personally hands over donations to typhoon victims

Catriona Gray visited Camarines Sur and Catandunates to give out donations to those affected by Typhoon Ulysses.

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12/06/2020 12:23 PM
LOOK: Catriona Gray personally hands over donations to typhoon victims
Photo Credit: @catriona_gray Instagram

Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray recently visited the typhoon-stricken areas which are Camarines Sur and Catanduanes to personally hand donations.

"Traveled with @philredcross to typhoon affected areas Cam Sur and Catanduanes 🇵🇭 to be present in the giving of Multipurpose Cash Grant and Shelter tool kits. And I just want to say THANK YOU to all of our donors, locally and abroad, who have come together to give to our typhoon-affected kababayans," she posted on her Instagram page.

"It's one thing to call for awareness and donations on my platforms, but a completely different thing to be present in person when the aid is given," she added. 


She also shared where people can donate and extend their help to our kababayans. 

"If you'd like to be involved you can give through www.redcross.org.ph/ulyssesph," 

READ: Catriona Gray named by Lifestyle Asia as Agent of Change

Catriona has been one of the celebrities actively raising funds for Filipinos heavily affected by the onslaught of Typhoon Ulysses.

On November 24, Catriona also took to social media to ask for aid and donations for the victims of the typhoon. 

"Working with the @philredcross and continuing to call for aid and relief donations for our kababayans affected by the recent typhoons.

"Your donations go towards rebuilding, giving essential needs and support to those in need," Catriona posted. 

Catriona continues to engage in different charitable works following her reign as Miss Universe.

Recognizing her work and advocacies, the beauty queen was named as one of Lifestyle Asia's latest Agents of Change earlier this year.

"Beyond the crown, the glamorous gowns, and the iconic lava walk, the Miss Universe of 2018 continues to inspire and reach out to different communities. While she has passed on the crown, Catriona remains committed to her advocacies," the magazine said about Catriona. 

"She helps out in Love Yourself Philippines and volunteers as an assistant teacher in Young Focus. The non-government organization educates underprivileged youth from the Smokey Mountains of Tondo, Manila, which has really opened the eyes of our queen to a reality of life beyond that of her own. Through her advocacies, she believes it can empower people and even encourage them to do the same to others. After all, an agent of change is all about inspiring and making a positive impact on people," the magazine added.