Nikki Gil, Tintin Bersola-Babao Support World Vision's Noche Buena Campaign for Vulnerable Children


Christian advocacy organization World Vision continues to extend a helping hand in sharing the holiday spirit with vulnerable children and their families through its annual Christmas tradition of distributing Noche Buena gifts. 

World Vision ambassadors Nikki Gil and Tintin Bersola-Babao both join the worthy cause of bringing joy and happiness in this year's Christmas gift giving of Noche Buena packages containing spaghetti and fruit salad ingredients, along with canned goods and juices for the entire family. 

According to World Vision's COVID-19 assessment report, 16.7% or 4.2 million Filipino families experienced hunger due to lack of food since the early days of the pandemic. Vulnerable children and their families are hit the most, as they struggle to cope with the situation and simultaneously face serious issues during this challenging time.

"The pandemic has made it challenging for us grown-ups to keep hope afloat. And the harsh lockdowns have visibly taken its toll on the children's mental health. But every year we look forward to Christmas, with the hope and prayer that the days to come will be better than the last. I invite you to join World Vision's initiative to make sure that families are still able to celebrate a merry Noche Buena," Nikki Gil said.

Since 2006, Christmas has been celebrated by World Vision's supported children and their community, with joyful memories of the generosity of sponsors and donors through the annual distribution of Noche Buena gifts.

For every donation of P1,000, two children and their families will be given a chance to celebrate Christmas with food on their table. But more the meal, these children will experience the love of Jesus through the generosity of their donors.

"Despite these challenges, we can still make this holiday season memorable for our most vulnerable children and their families. [We're] hopeful and inspired to help World Vision in their Noche Buena campaign this year," shared Tintin Bersola-Babao.

According to World Vision's National Director Rommel Fuerte, Christmas remains a strong reminder of God's great love for all of us. "[God] gifted us hope through Jesus. May we all be inspired to help usher the joy of this season to children with [World Vision's] Noche Buena campaign," he said.

For details on how to support World Vision and donate to their Christmas gift giving initiatives, visit and, or follow World Vision's official social media accounts: /worldvisionph on Facebook, @worldvisionphl on Instagram, and @worldvisionph on Twitter.

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