As the novel coronavirus pandemic persists, celebs like Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Kylie Jenner and more have donated to help those in need. Here’s is what they have done during the current crisis.
With financial resources at their disposal, these stars are doing their part to make a major difference during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Whether it’s donating directly to organizations or providing information and resources for their social media followers, a number of stars have made an effort to make a difference. Here, we’re taking a look at what a few celebs have done to alleviate the financial burdens and stresses of a number of medical professionals and citizens.
Taylor Swift is one of many stars making a difference for those struggling during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The “Lover” songstress, 30, has been quietly giving upwards of $3,000 away to complete strangers who need help either paying their rent, bills, or buying groceries and other necessities during the strenuous lockdowns and stand stills in various parts of the world. Although Taylor hasn’t publicly commented on her philanthropy, fans have taken screenshots of Taylor’s messages to them, thanking her for the tremendous support. Much Like Taylor, singer Ariana Grande has also been extending financial aid to her fans on the down low. The “Thank U, Next” singer, 26, used Venmo and other resources to send her fans anywhere between $500-$1,500 to help cover various needs during this time.
On March 25, 22-year-old mogul Kylie Jenner made a $1 million donation to a Los Angeles physician in order for the money to be spent on face masks and other protective gear for those working on the front lines of this global crisis. Kylie’s personal physician, Dr. Thais Aliabadi revealed in her emotional statement on Instagram, “I made a wish to the Universe to gather protective masks for our brave healthcare workers and today my dream came true.” Because of Kylie’s donation, “hundreds of thousands of masks, face shields, and other protective gear” would be made available to healthcare workers, and would be “delivered directly to our first responders, as too many masks at hospitals are disappearing before making their way onto the faces of our front line heroes.”
Two days before Kylie’s immense donation was made, Grammy-winner Rihanna did her part to help fight coronavirus on March 23. The “Umbrella” singer’s, 32, Clara Lionel Foundation donated $5 million to various organizations to help combat the spread of COVID-19. The money went to a number of worth organizations, including Direct Relief, Feeding America, Partners in Health, The World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and the International Rescue Committee, among others.
On March 25, Oscar winner Angelina Jolie made a $1 million donation to No Kid Hungry, ensuring that not a si