From Drake to Selena Gomez and more. These celebrities are using their resources through their various organizations and other act of kindness to assist less fortunate people.
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Drake’s latest music video for his single “gods plan” announces befpre the clip started that drake gave away approximately $996,631. In the music video, a lot of Miami residents were surprised when drake was giving out tons of cash and visiting some supermarkets and making it known to those presence that any expenses they are going to incur is on him alone: what a surprise!!!
Before God’s plan video was released, drake could be seen in some locations giving out surprising giftrs to unsuspecting fans, including giving a $50,000 scholarship to a Miami university student. After drake’s good deed has gone viral, he hopped on his Instagram telling fans to do same in other to put smile in someone’s life and he should be tagged along with the details.
Beyounce Knowles created the survivor foundation which assists families and individual whose lives have been affected by disasters, natural or otherwise.
Singer Alicia keys co-founded keep a child alive, an organization whose mission is to provide treatment, love and support to families in Africa and India affected by HIV/AIDS.
After a fan asked hip-hop star Nicki Minaj if she would pay his college tuition on Twitter, Minaj agreed to pay fans’ school costs — on the condition that they show her perfect marks. She wrote, “Show me straight A’s that I can verify w/ur school and I’ll pay it.” A few dozen fans took Minaj up on the offer, posting screenshots of their grades. Minaj replied individually to some throughout the night and agreed to pay other things like book costs and student loans.
Singer-rapper Aliaune “Akon” Thaim founded the Konfidence foundation, which Increases awareness and conditions for children in Africa.
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Actress and singer Selena Gomez is an ambassador for UNICEF, which helps children overcome poverty, disease, violence and discrimination
ANGELINA JOLIE AND BRAD PITT
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In 2006, Hollywood icons Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie established the Maddox Jolie-Pitt foundation to help fight humanitarian crises around the world.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie donated $1 million to doctors without borders and Global action for children when the foundation was launched
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Taylor Swift worked with Tennessee governor Phil Bredesen in September 2007 to help combat internet sex crimes, particularly working to prevent children against online predators.
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Leonardo Dicaprio established Leonardo Dicaprio foundation in 1998 in an effort to ensure the “ Long-term health and well-being of all earth inhabitants.