Look at some celebrities who have donated a portion of their fortune to those in need:
To fight the water crisis in Flint, Bruno Mars made a major monetary donation. During a concert in Michigan, he announced that he had lent $1 million to victims of the crisis.
Jennifer Aniston, a BLM supporter, donated a million dollars to BLM-affiliated organizations. Color of Change, the largest racial justice organization in the United States, was also on the list of recipients.
To help fight the COVID pandemic, P!nk donated one million dollars. 50% of the proceeds went to Temple University Hospital’s emergency fund and the other 50% went to the Los Angeles Mayor’s COVID-19 Crisis Fund.
When the KOVID-19 pandemic first started wreaking havoc on the world, Sandra Bullock donated 6,000 KN95 masks to Los Angeles health care workers. There was a huge shortage of masks and other protective equipment at the time.
To honor retired soldiers, Arnold Schwarzenegger donated 25 homes to veteran soldiers. His $250,000 donation to the Village for Vets allowed the organization to build 25 shelters that helped some veterans stop sleeping in tent camps.
The Earth Alliance, an organization led by Leonardo DiCaprio, donated $3 million to fight Australia’s wildfires. All donations went to support fire-stricken communities, firefighting and wildlife rescue.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
Former power couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, or as we know them, Brangelina, have donated more than $8 million to help refugees. Through their philanthropic work, the Jolie-Pitt family has made a significant difference in the lives of underprivileged children and has led several humanitarian missions.