Camila Cabello is officially Save the Children's newest ambassador.
People Magazine introduced the exclusive story, adding that Cabello is joining the ranks of Jennifer Garner, Dakota Fanning and Olivia Wilde as an ambassador.
The "Consequences" singer already made her first trip with the organization to Puerto Rico. There she visited a childcare center which was affected by the devastating Hurricane Maria.
As an ambassador for Save the Children, the Cuban-American singer will raise awareness and advocate for the organization. Cabello opened up to People Magazine about why the trip to Puerto Rico served as 'personal journey' for her:
“I’m a Cuban-American. I grew up on an island in the Caribbean and felt compelled to help the people impacted by Hurricane Maria in whatever way I could. I am thankful to have met these strong, brave children and families who still need our support. Seeing Save the Children’s dedicated staff in Puerto Rico was truly inspiring.”
Cabello was accompanied by her mom, Sinhue Cabello in which they participated in meditation, reading to the children and playing. Cabello continued:
“Throughout my life, I have seen children miss out on opportunities based on their circumstances. When I learned about Save the Children, I was so impressed by all that they do for kids like the ones I saw growing up, and had to get involved. I’m excited to be a part of this amazing organization’s efforts to reach children around the world.”
This has been a great year for Camila Cabello. Her debut album Camila brought her great success. Leave your thoughts and comments! How do you guys feel about Camila becoming a Save the Children ambassador?
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