15 Famous Celebrities Who Will Be Donating Generously To Help With The Australian Bushfires
While most of the world was celebrating the start of a New Year Australia was being ravaged by wild bushfires that began in 2019 December. This was a regular event that happened annually but due to the worsening weather conditions across the globe, this times bushfires took a turn for the worst.
An estimated 8.4 million hectares have already been burnt down and 2,500 buildings including over 1,900 houses have been destroyed. As of January 5th, a total of 25 lives have been claimed by the fires and it is estimated that a billion animal lives will have been lost by the time it comes under control.
Being native Australians the Australian bushfires hit home really hard for Chris Hemsworth, his brothers, and family. They know of the situation and have friends and family living on the island. This is why the entire family has donated $1,000,000 to the cause. This money will go into helping the firefighters, hospitals, and reconstruction.
Alecia Beth Moore who is better known as the singer ‘Pink’ also came forward with a huge donation of $500,000 for Australia. Even though she is not Australian she is proving that you do not have to be from a particular place to want to help it during troubling times. As a huge animal lover, we can see where she is coming from.
He is best known for playing ‘Billy Hargrove’ in the hit Netflix show ‘Stranger Things’. He was also seen as ‘Jason Lee Scott’ in the 2017 ‘Power Rangers’ reboot. He is a native Australian and he donated $250,000 and is currently rising even more. He was born in Perth, Western Australia.
Kylie Ann Minogue is recognized as the highest-selling female Australian artist of all time. She was born in Melbourne and has a special place in her heart of her country. She and her family have donated $500,000. In 2011 she was inducted by the Australian Recording Industry Association into the ARIA Hall of Fame.
He is one of the world’s best-selling music artists with five Grammy Awards, five Brit Awards, an Academy Award, two Golden Globe Awards, a Tony Award among others. He has been ranked as one of the most successful male solo artists in the history of music. He has been in a number of campaigns and has donated $1,000,000.