Coronavirus is affecting the world second by second, minute by minute. We have seen how people have lost their loved ones, young and old. The other effect, people lose their jobs. The fear of infection roams the city every day.
According to Chroniclex, “The crisis is likely to be worse than we expected.” In such a state, we expect support from everyone to control the situation. Celebrities have taken the front page to extent the help to NGOs, government agencies and individual efforts to help those affected by this infection virus.
There is no doubt that, when it comes to taking action, it should be at such times. That is why we’ve seen celebrities’ team up with the locals to use their money where solidarity is needed.
On Monday, Vancouver-born Ryan Reynolds confirmed to the media that he and his wife Blade Lively donated $ 1 million to America and Canada Food Banks.
Confirming on his Twitter account how the coronavirus has affected many people, including both young and adult people, especially low-wage earners, and support in this emergency can leave a story.
He also asked people to call and chat with the isolated or quarantined people to strengthen the connection and give them the pleasure of not being discriminated. The couple also presented plans to help those affected during this difficult time and we should expect more help, donations and motivation from them.
On Monday, Lady Gaga announced that it would donate 20% of its earnings in the past few weeks to food banks in Los Angeles and New York. The pop stars’ makeup brand said the donation is intended to help those affected by the closure of schools and places that offer essential services
Ciara and Russell Wilson
On that same Tuesday, we saw Ciara and Russel confirming to the media that they would donate a million dollars to a local food bank. This happens after 55 deaths have been confirmed in Washington.
Eric Stonestreet also followed suit and donated 200,000 meals to the Kansas City-based Harvesters Community Food Network. After the donation, the modern family confirmed to the media and urged other wealthy organizations to do everything possible to help vulnerable families during this time.
Kristen Bell and her daughters
Kristen Bell and her daughters confirmed on Instagram that they donated $ 50,000 to No Kid Hungry, an organization that supports children in need.
Bell specifically noted that the donation came from his daughter Deleter 5 and Lincoln 6, who after hearing their donation plan asked if they could contribute.
Shonda Rhimes and other screenwriters
We have also seen that entertainment organizations have come together to fund the things affected by the shutdown. The virus has certainly affected the assistants, AS, coordinators and readers that others must have isolated for a few weeks.
All in all, you shouldn’t be a celebrity to donate or help. If you are in a position and are close to the person concerned, your contribution will continue to be evaluated. You don’t have to be Ronaldo or Mess to help.