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Heart Evangelista says you don't need the camera switched on to help


Heart Evangelista has a powerful message to her followers, after a netizen called told her now is not the best time to "help in secret." 

On Twitter Sunday, Heart said the "camera doesn’t need to be 'on' for you to help."

One netizen replied to her tweet and said "but the thing is, you have a huge number of followers and fans. this is not the time to 'help in secret.' show people that you're helping. encourage others to do the same."

 

 

The Kapuso Queen of Creative Collaboration retweeted the post and began, "It’s ok to create awareness."

"It’s ok to help get the word out but my points in heaven are far more important to me than likes on IG - this is my personal choice - now let’s get back to retweeting," she added.

In a separate tweet, Heart told her followers not to expect everyone to like them.

"This is the most impossible task in this world but know this — they may not see your heart today but one day when you pass they will know the goodness of your heart-that’s just how it works. The only important audience to impress is God."

 

 

On Sunday, Heart announced that she will be auctioning off her favorite designer pieces on her Instagram Store, Shop Maison Love Marie, the proceeds of which, she'll donate to the victims of Typhoon Ulysses.

Heart has already sold one of her pre-loved designer item — a classic Filipiniana dress by Mark Bumgarner and hand-painted by Heart herself — for P20,000.

According to the post, all proceeds from this sale will be donated to the victims of Typhoon Ulysses.

 

 

Aside from her relief efforts for the typhoon, Heart has already been helping out those in need even during the early pandemic period.

She has launched a new project called "Big Heart PH" in July to help equip students who are in need of tools for online schooling.

In June, she gave away hundreds of tablets to students who can't afford to get one to comply with the requirements for online schooling. — Jannielyn Ann Bigtas/LA, GMA News

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