She is truly beautiful inside and out. We’re talking about Millennial Multi-hyphenate Nadine Lustre, one of the country’s brightest stars.
Despite the fame, Nadine always makes time to support the causes she is very passionate about such as mental health awareness, beating plastic pollution, women empowerment, and LGBTQ+ rights.
View this post on Instagram
“In times like this, we have to be united. I’ve learned to share what I have to help those who are in need.” #NadineLustre joins MEGA in gathering our collective strength, uniting ourselves in the spirit of empathy, and standing against the threat of our lives. See what she has to say in words and photos of her own, and feel the humanity that throbs and flows in all of us. More than ever, we need to come together for this threat to end, for us to learn our lessons, and for us to begin anew. #RisePH MEGA April-May 2020 issue out now. Download the digital version worldwide now via Magzter at the link in our bio.
In celebration of World Mental Health Day two years ago, she launched the campaign, #IAmLustrous, where celebrities, including herself, shares their stories of struggle.
Chief Creative Designer for Lustrous, Nadine, opens up about her personal experiences with anxiety and dives deep into her own struggles with depression. Hear her story. #IAmLustrousHearHerStory
Posted by Lustrous on Wednesday, October 10, 2018
The actress also joined the Metro Manila Pride Parade as they marched for equality last year and privately donated an undisclosed amount for the said event under the name “Alexis Lustre.”
Last February, she was also one of the volunteers during the cleanup of the Manila Bay, a monthly initiative by a non-profit organization called Planet CORA.
View this post on Instagram
We are incredibly grateful to the amazing @Nadine and friends for joining us at our monthly #CORAcleanups! Your support means so much! 🌏💕 #BeatPlasticPollution Last Saturday, together with team @AngieMeadKing and dedicated volunteers, we collected a total of 1,219 KGs of plastic pollution from #ManilaBay! Way to go planeteers! 💪🌏 #CORAxTeamAngie A very huge thank you to everyone that took the time to help in saving our precious seas. Change starts with us and you are the change we need in this world! 🙏🏼❤️ #BattleForManilaBay VOLUNTEER WITH US >> bit.ly/CORAvolunteers (LINK IN BIO) _________________ 🌱 #SaveOurWetlands #CORACleanUps | 22 FEB 2020 | Las Piñas-Parañaque Wetland Park 🌱 – A HUGE THANK YOU TO OUR WONDERFUL PARTNERS FOR THIS SERIES OF MONTHLY CLEAN-UPS: @VictoriaCourtVC @BWhotelMNL @Hotel2016Manila @HotelLaCoronaLipa – SPECIAL THANKS TO: @DENRofficial @DENRncrofficial @Cynthia_Villar / Villar Sipag Philippine Reclamation Authority @DLSU_ROTC / @DongDantes and to all our amazing volunteers! – #CORAxTeamAngie #SaveOurWetlandsPH _________________ #CORAxVCMG #WorldWetlandsDay #WeAreCORA #PlanetCORA #WorldWetlandsDay2020 #Biodiversity2020 #CleanSeasPilipinas #WildForLife #GlobalGoals #CleanSeas #BreakFreeFromPlastic #ActNow #ClimateChange #SEAofSolutions #BiodiversityPH #ZeroWastePH #LifeBelowWater #PlanetOrPlastic #iChoosePlanet #ClimateEmergency #BeatPollution #SDGs _________________
As if we ran out of reasons to stan harder, Nadine silently donated personal protective equipment (PPEs), acrylic boxes, and meals to the frontliners at Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital (one of the designated COVID-19 referral centers) as revealed in a Facebook post by her aunt.
We appreciate the hard work and services to our communities, may this humble gesture become helpful to the hospital…
Apart from this, Nadine has been selling her pre-loved items, in which part of the proceeds will be donated to organizations leading the fight against COVID-19.
She is also encouraging her followers to help out through these Instagram stories.
You are an inspiration, Nadine ♡♡♡!