Your girl just turned 24!!!! 7 days have passed, and i still feel all the love 😭 In my life, I think i can honestly say i'm the happiest i've ever been. 🎉 with so many things, places my journey has brought me to, adventures, challenges, and most especially - people to be thankful for, I feel like this roller coaster ride of a life is just about to get even better. Lord, i thank you for everything. Most especially my family, my core, my strength. and every other person on this earth that has made me smile - know that you have a spot in my heart forever. Love, Yass. 💕 (please check my ig stories for the parties my sweetest fans threw for me! mahal ko kayo! salamat sa pagpapasaya natin sa mga bata, alam kong alam nyong yun ang nagiisang hiling ko lagi tuwing kaarawan ko, Salamaaaaaaat!!!! 🎉)
She turned 24 earlier this month.
But rather than concerning herself with receiving presents, Yassi Pressman gave the gift of charity this time around.
Last week, the "Ang Probinsyano" star turned real-life hero to children who lost everything to a huge fire in Quezon City in April. She handed out school supplies to the kids.
She also shared that she visited the Make A Wish Foundation, providing help for children with terminal illnesses.
May dalawa pang pahabol na celebration ng birthday ko last sunday, we celebrated with these kids that lost EVERYTHING in a fire last month in Quezon City. 😔 My loving fans brought them to me, we ate, we sang, we danced and gave them school supplies. it filled my heart to see them happy. (may videos ako sa highlights!) Salamat. My loyal and loving supporters from Yassifieds, Yassified worldwide, at Cocoyass squad, Salamat. bago pa ito, nanggaling din kami sa Make A Wish Foundation, for children with Terminal illnesses and we made their current wishes come true. Salamat naman din sa lahat ng mga supporters ko na nagarrange nun, Mahal ko kayo! 😭❤️ 🚩 watch more of my 2 celebrations last sunday on my Highlights! ( 24th 💐)
In continuing her charity streak this Saturday, Pressman helped prepare classrooms in Navotas for the upcoming school year.
Pressman, who was with her sister Issa, partnered with volunteers from Save the Children, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children in need, in cleaning up a school.
Their work was part of the Brigada Eskwela initiative by the Department of Education, which mobilizes different organizations to repair and fix schools for the new school year.
Of the students she helped out, Pressman wrote: "Masarap sa pakiramdam na alam mong pagpasok nila sa Lunes, nakangiti sila, dahil muka nang bago ulit ang pinapasukan nila."