Lindsay Lohan is planning a charity trip to Guatemala after returning from a visit to India "a changed woman", according to her mother DINA.
The Mean Girls star flew to New Delhi earlier this month (Dec09) to shoot a BBC documentary about child poverty and human trafficking.
She quickly took to her page to share her experiences with fans online, writing: "Over 40 children saved so far... within one day's work... This is what life is about. Doing THIS is a life worth living!!!"
The charity work "humbled and moved" former wild child Lohan so much, she's now working on taking her philanthropic efforts to Central America - with the help of TV titan Oprah Winfrey, reports the New York Post's gossip column Page Six.
Her mum Dina Lohan explains, "Lindsay definitely wants to give more back. We are now planning a trip to help the children of Guatemala, which will be filmed by Oprah's (TV) network."