Coronavirus Donations From Celebrities
Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson
Famous singer Miley Cyrus and her boyfriend Cody Simpson distributed food to healthcare workers. Cyrus, 27, and Simpson, 23, carried traditional Mexican food tacos for healthcare workers who were at the forefront of fighting the coronavirus outbreak. Simpson shared, “Tacos for incredible healthcare professionals working in our district hospital. I am grateful to these true legends for fighting the epidemic at their own cost. You should show your love to those in your region. ”
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
Hollywood’s famous couple continues to support those affected by Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Covid-19. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds quietly made another generous donation for those affected by the global epidemic. After a $ 1 million contribution to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada, the couple donated another $ 400,000 to four hospitals in New York.
Lively and Reynolds corona quietly donated $ 100,000 to each of Elmhurst, NYU Hospital, Mount Sinai and Northern Westchester hospitals in New York to combat the virus outbreak. Couple; during this time they want to encourage everyone across the country to help people, local hospitals and healthcare professionals.
In addition to these two donations, Reynolds’ Aviation Gin company contributed to help those affected by job losses in the service industry by donating $ 15,000 to the United States Bartender’s Guild.
It was announced that a large amount of donations came from James McAvoy as part of crowdfunding abroad due to the pandemic epidemic. A group of doctors began fundraising for vital protective equipment, the Guardian reported. Initially, the target was £ 200,000. However, it has been reported that 500,000 pounds of donations have been collected so far. James McAvoy donated £ 275,000 to purchase 75,000 masks and 75,000 other equipment. Many famous names besides James McAvoy are also known to donate for the coronavirus outbreak …
Liverpool’s Senegalese star player Sadio Mane is building a large hospital in the town where he is born, where new types of coronavirus (Covid-19) patients will also be treated. The representative of the star football player, Bjorn Bezemer, said in a statement to the Senegal press that the hospital has started to be built in the town of Bambali, in the central part of the country Kazamans, where Mane was born. Noting that the hospital would cost about $ 3.5 million and Mane covered the entire funding, Bezemer noted that they accelerated the construction to treat coronavirus patients as well.
The star footballer recently contributed a large amount of money to his country for use in the fight against the coronavirus.
Emilia Clarke, who gained worldwide fame for the role of Daenerys Targaryen (Khaleesi) in the Game of Thrones series, announced that she will have dinner with 12 fans who donated for the coronavirus. “I will cook for 12 people who will be chosen randomly among those who donate, and we will talk about funny videos from the isolation,” said the British actor, who called for “250 thousand pounds together.” The artist, who admitted that she doesn’t know how to cook, but she will do her best, said that the meeting would be fun.
US reality show star Kim Kardashian announced that she has donated $ 1 million to the association Mother and Child to support the fight against the coronavirus outbreak on behalf of her corset company SKIMS.
Celebrity fashion giant Ralph Lauren has secured $ 10 million as part of its fight against the coronavirus epidemic, making it the largest aid so far among luxury companies.
It will produce 250 thousand masks
The money will go to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, Emergency Aid Foundation and the Pink Pony Fund, which supports the international network of cancer institutions. The American lifestyle brand also begins to produce 250,000 masks and 25,000 isolation gowns for healthcare workers.
SUPPORT TO DESIGNERS
In addition, the firm gifted an unexplained amount to the CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund to assist fashion designers affected by the economic downturn.
“We believe that we are all bonded, no matter who you are or wherever you are. That’s why we are taking important steps to help our teams and communities in this crisis,” said Ralph Lauren.
National football player Merih Demiral, who played in Juventus, one of the Italian Serie A teams, makes a significant help in the coronavirus fight. The successful footballer has announced that he will provide food aid to families who have to leave the house despite the coronavirus so that they can stay more at home. Demiral explained his help on his social media account with the following statements:
Famous actress Angelina Jolie donated $ 1 million to the association No Kid Hungry, which provides healthy and safe food aid to low-income families and their children in 30 countries.
According to Forbes, Kylie Jenner, the youngest billionaire in the world, taking action for the virus. Jenner, 22, who owns a US reality show star and cosmetics brand, donated a total of $ 1 million to two hospitals.
The gynecologist, who is also a doctor of Jenner, Dr.Thaïs Aliabadi confirmed the donation with Instagram sharing, “I can’t speak, my eyes are full and my heart is full of gratitude. I had conveyed my wish to a protective mask for our brave healthcare professionals to the world, my wish has come true today. One of my patients, Living Angel, donated $ 1 million as the first person to answer, enabling us to get thousands of masks, face shields, and other protective equipment. As a doctor, I have never felt this happy. ”
The doctor also said, “Thank you, Kylie Jenner, from every point of our heart. You are my hero. This generous donation will help save many lives. Our world is a better place because you are in it. I love you. Thanks a million times. ”
Mixed martial arts athlete Conor McGregor shared his correspondence with Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe on his social media account.
The Irish athlete said he purchased 1 million euros worth of personal protective equipment to be distributed to hospitals fighting coronavirus in the Leinster region of his country. “I don’t know where we would be now if these brave people were not,” said McGregor, who supports healthcare workers.
World-renowned Barbadian singer Rihanna donated $ 5 million to the Clara Lionel Association, which is fighting global coronavirus and financing emergency preparedness and response programs.
“There is nothing more important and more urgent than protecting underserved and excluded communities in this jarring outbreak,” said Justine Lucas, president of the association.