Madonna used a stop on her Rebel Heart tour to visit local children's shelters in the Philippines.
The "Ghosttown" singer visited two shelters in the country's capital city of Manila to spend some time with underprivileged youth in the area, sharing several photos of the experience to Instagram.
"Chillin with my Homies at the Bahay Tuluyan Foundation. Inc. giving shelter to Orphans street children trafficking/abuse victims in Manila," the 57-year-old singer captioned one photo.
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"Hats off to the Bahay Tuluyan Foundation in Manila for taking so many kids off the street and providing food and shelter!" she wrote in another post.
"Celeste gives me the guided tour of Hospicio de San Jose. Run by nun's with love," Madonna captioned a snap of a young girl showing her around.
"Everyone needs a tickle!! Even at the Hospicio de San Jose in Manila!" Madonna wrote. "We are so blessed."
Meanwhile, after recent legal custody drama, the singer posted a photo of her son, Rocco, on Sunday, writing, "I miss this boy so full of life so full of love! I hope we see that Leo Sun soon. The light is blinding!"
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