World Vision Singapore is thankful for public figures and celebrities who have vocally supported our work and collaborated with us to build a better world for children in need.
Goodwill ambassadors work with us to raise awareness and encourage action. Their diverse voices and their wide range of influence, using different platforms, ensure that World Vision Singapore is sufficiently represented.
|Belinda Lee A multi-talented artiste, Belinda Lee is adept at both hosting and acting. Her charming and bubbly personality has garnered her many supporters over the past decade. Moreover, she is not one to rest on her laurels and is game to take on new challenges.In recent years, she has hosted several travelogues and documentaries that focus on understanding the plight of people living overseas, discovering Singaporeans giving back in foreign lands, or just experiencing tough living conditions in exotic parts of the world. Belinda possesses great compassion for the poor and needy, and World Vision Singapore is honoured to welcome her as its newest Goodwill Ambassador. View exclusive videos and photos from Belinda’s journey to visit her sponsored child in Nepal.|
|Danny Yeo A renowned deejay, host, emcee, voice talent, author and communications trainer, Danny Yeo has been an ardent supporter and advocate for World Vision. It began with a trip to Malawi. After being impacted by what he saw, Danny became a child sponsor, and eventually our Goodwill Ambassador in 2009.Today, he often hosts World Vision events that encourage youth involvement and child sponsorship. He would also regularly write about his visits to World Vision-supported communities, and share his insights on public media. Today, Danny is a proud World Vision sponsor with six children.|
|Jack & Rai This local acoustic duo has built a strong following for over a decade with their easy-listening music. Initially performing covers, they now write and produce their own music, still keeping to their roots and performing for fans at popular hangouts.Jack & Rai support World Vision through various special appearances at events. In the past year, they have performed at the 30-Hour Famine Camp and the Child Sponsorship Celebration, together with the Mongolian Children’s Choir.|