The comedian is helping COVID-19 relief efforts by joining forces with the All In Challenge. For his part, he's giving one lucky fan the chance to be in his next movie.
The NFL star is raising awareness and helping out during the Coronavirus pandemic by teaming up with the All In Challenge. He'll give one person the chance to attend his first Tampa Bay Buccaneers home opening game. "Let's all make a positive impact during this time," he shared on Instagram.
Both the model and rapper donated burgers from Beyond Meat to their local food banks and hospitals to help those in need. In total, the company hopes to donate over a million burgers to those on the frontlines and those who are hungry.
As part of her informal talk show Bright Minded the singer is dedicating an episode to the act of Highlighting Heroes. On Monday, April 13 the singer interviewed two of the doctors on the frontlines fighting against coronavirus. Dr. Oscar Maitas and Dr. Syra Madad also helped Miley in her efforts to encourage fans to practice social distancing and to offer hope in this time of uncertainty.
Sean ''Diddy'' Combs announced on Easter Sunday that he would be hosting the "biggest dance-a-thon in the world" in an effort to raise money and show appreciation to frontline workers. He urged viewers and followers to donate to TemaLove.com and according to the website, Diddy's Team Love partnered with Direct Relief—a nonprofit humanitarian aid organization—to support the organizations emergency response to COVID-19.
The Hills alum teamed up with the musician and her Red Songbird Foundation to launch the #GiveGriefAChance campaign, which will offer 12 therapy sessions to people who have lost a love one during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Kris and Kylie Jenner are helping healthcare workers by delivering hand sanitizers they produced with Coty—a major stakeholder in Kylie's Cosmetics. "The West Hills Hospital team is very thankful the generous donation of hand sanitizer," a message read on Facebook from the hospital. "Thanks Kylie!"
"Our All-in for @FeedingAmerica Poker Tournament is about to begin," the actor shared on Twitter. "We've already raised over $1 million for Feeding America, the nation's largest hunger-relief organization. Tune in now via Twitch to watch along live, and join us in donating."
The Oscar winner is doing her part! Sandra, her kids and boyfriend Bryan Randall donated 6,000 KN95 masks to healthcare workers in Los Angeles, People reports.
Real Housewives Of New York City editor star and her fiancé donated $20,000 to help the family of Peter Gamba, Daily Mail reports. Gamba tragically passed away last month due to COVID-19. He edited the Bravo series.
On April 9, the singer' Clara Lionel Foundation and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced a $4.2 million grant to the Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles to address the current crisis for domestic violence victims as a result of the COVID-19 "stay at home" order.
In addition to donating, the Fox Sports analyst and NFL Hall of Famer has been working with multiple organizations to raise awareness, including Meals on Wheels, The Coronavirus Relief Fund and Harvesters.org.
In partnership with The Hilton Foundation, the heiress pledged $10 million, half of which will benefit organizations supporting the homeless population in Los Angeles, with the other half supporting African countries preparing for a COVID-19 outbreak. Additionally, she is headlining at Triller Fest with other artists, who are raising funds and to drive donations to No Kid Hungry and Music Cares.
The Hollywood A-listers donated more than $1 million to various causes, including the Motion Picture and Television Fund nursing home, the SAG-AFTRA FUND, and Los Angeles Mayors Fund.
On April 8, the rapper announced the launch of Fashion Nova Cares with Cardi B, which will give away $1,000 every hour until May 20, 2020 to people in need.
"Many of you are struggling to pay bills, feed your families, and take care of your overall essential needs," Cardi shared on Instagram. "#FashionNovaCARES & I are giving away $1,000 EVERY HOUR until we've given away $1 MILLION DOLLARS to those directly affected by this crisis. Tell us how the $1,000 can help you during these times."
On April 8, the singer said on Instagram, "I have acquired and purchased 100,000 FDA certified 3 ply masks (with the help of Orange International Inc who sourced the masks for me from a factory in Guangzhou, China) These masks will be distributed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Providence Saint Joseph, LAC+USC Medical Center, and Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital; for the medical professionals and non medical hospital staff who are working to put a stop to this pandemic and help millions of strangers they will never meet."
"Please continue to stay home, if you can," she continued. "If you are on the frontlines, my heart is with you. And I will be continuing the fight to help you get the support and resources you need. I am eager to redirect you to @givedirectly - A non-profit that allows you a way to give direct cash payments to vulnerable households in at risk communities, most of whom are single mothers. I will be making a sizeable donation, and encourage you to help in any way that you can. Special thanks to @anthonytomasli and the Li family, @jasonaron, PS Business Management, @fedex, and all the contacts at the hospitals who made this possible."
The singer and her musician boyfriend delivered 120 tacos to healthcare workers at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center in Tarzana, California on April 4.
"Recently the @mlb announced they will be continuing to send paychecks to players while the season is suspended. @kateupton and I have decided to donate those funds to a different organization each week so that we can support their efforts and highlight the great work they're doing during the COVID-19 crisis," Verlander said on Instagram on April 4.
"Everyone around the world is affected by this virus, and we hope to contribute to the families and jobs affected, the healthcare workers and first responders on the front lines and the many others in need of basic necessities, medical supplies and support at home," he continued. "As soon as the first paycheck is received we will be highlighting the first organization. We know everyone is impacted by this crisis, but for those who are able, we encourage you to stay home to help flatten the curve and look to those around you who need a helping hand. #covid19 #flattenthecurve"
The Thor star is offering meditation exercises for kids to alleviate their stress and anxiety during the pandemic, through his app Centr.com, with a 6-week free trial offer that expires on April 5.
The Oscar-winning actor, Laurene Powell Jobs and Apple—along with the Ford Foundation—helped launch America's Food Fund with $12 million in response to the global coronavirus pandemic. According to a press release, the new initiative will be hosted by GoFundMe and benefit World Central Kitchen and Feeding America.
The actor teamed up with All In Challenge to give a lucky fan the opportunity to have a cameo in his next film, Killers of the Flower Moon.
Winfrey announced on Instagram that she's donating $1 million to America's Food Fund "to support those facing food insecurity." But that's not all. "I am donating $10 million overall to help Americans during this pandemic in cities across the country and in areas where I grew up," she continued.
The country music icon pledged a $1 million donation to Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville towards COVID-19 research. "My longtime friend Dr. Naji Abumrad, who's been involved in research at Vanderbilt for many years, informed me that they were making some exciting advancements towards research of the Coronavirus for a cure," Dolly shared on Instagram. "I am making a donation of $1 million to Vanderbilt towards that research and to encourage people that can afford it to make donations."
The Clara Lionel Foundation has announced that an additional $1 million in grants towards COVID-19 response efforts will be matched by Jay-Z's Shawn Carter Foundation. The funds, which total a combined $2 million, will support undocumented workers, the children of frontline health workers and first responders, and incarcerated, elderly and homeless populations in New York City and Los Angeles.
On March 30, the Game of Thrones star announced her plan to host a virtual dinner party for those who donate to her SameYou charity, which is raising funds to provide equipment and resources for hospitals treating brain injury and stroke patients.