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post Jan 6 2020, 07:31 AM
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US pop superstar P!NK has pledged a whopping $500,000 of her own money to local bushfire services across Australia.

Its a pretty well known fact that PINK (real name Alecia Moore) is a charitable queen. Shes previously donated $500,000 to Hurricane Harvey victims among many other charitable efforts.

The Beautiful Trauma singer took to Twitter to share donation links and announce her impressive contribution.

In just over an hour, her tweet received a huge outpour of love including 3.5k retweets and over 15,000 likes.

My heart goes out to our friends and family in Oz, she captioned the tweet, which included links to fire services across the country.

PINK has a pretty special relationship with Australia. I mean, shes had multiple ARIA #1 albums and literally broke the record for the biggest selling tour by a solo female artist in Australian history when she played to over 600,000 on her The Truth About Love Tour in 2013.

So naturally, shes inclined to give back to the country thats responsible for such a large part of her success.

Back in 2009 she donated $250k to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal, but this time shes doubling her efforts to a whopping $500k into the pockets of the charities that need it most.

Its unclear whether shes donating in AUD or USD, but her individual contribution could be up to a whopping $719,000AUD depending on her chosen currency. Either way, its bound to be a huge help to the firefighters on the frontlines.

Major celebrities and influencers from across Australia and the world are using their platforms to help raise funds and awareness for the bushfires that are currently devastating much of the country. This is the proactive energy we need in 2020.

Obviously, not all of us can drop a casual half a million dollars in charitable donations. But if youre interested in doing your part for the bushfire victims, weve compiled a handy list of how you can donate time, resources or funds to the people who need it most.

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post Jan 6 2020, 09:26 PM
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I knew she would, Australia is such a special place for her! Good to hear shes helping out.
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