Megan Young back in PH for Yolanda victims
Megan Young is back in the country to bring relief to the victims of typhoon Yolanda

BEAUTY WITH A PURPOSE. Megan Young arrives at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport on November 27. Photo by Jedwin M. Llobrera

MANILA, Philippines – Miss World 2013 Megan Young arrived in Manila Wednesday night, November 27, to personally deliver the funds she raised abroad for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).

Megan successfully led fund raising efforts in the United States, Hong Kong, and Indonesia, for her kababayans who were affected by the flood. All of the proceeds will be used for relief programs.

She will also take part in a humanitarian mission with the Philippine Red Cross. She will be visiting areas in Cebu, Samar, and Leyte that were ravaged by the typhoon.

Since winning the Miss World crown, Megan has been helping in various charity events to fulfill the pageant’s “beauty with a purpose” advocacy. (READ: Megan Young to host fund raises in NY tri-state area)

During the course of her stay in the US, Megan joined in fund raisers for Filipinos affected by the typhoon in Los Angeles, New York, and New Jersey. 

She also made appearances in US TV shows to call for donations – among them is the popular morning show on ABC, “Good Morning America.”

Watch Megan’s guesting here:


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