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    Here's How Much Money Celebrities Have Been Donating To Coronavirus Relief Efforts And Whom They've Been Supporting

    Across social media, celebrities have been revealing eye-watering sums of money that they've donated to various charities. Here's a full list...

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    Ever since the coronavirus outbreak began spreading around the globe, celebrities have been donating to good causes to try to help those in most need during this difficult time. Here are some of the ones who have publicly announced their donations and chosen charities...

    Kylie Jenner donated $1 million to help purchase protective gear for health care workers and first responders.

    Through her Clara Lionel Foundation, Rihanna donated $5 million to be distributed between five organisations: Partners In Health, Direct Relief, Feeding America, the International Rescue Committee, and the World Health Organization.

    Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively donated $1 million to be split between two food bank charities: Feeding America and Food Banks Canada. Ryan also pledged a portion of profits from his Aviation gin company to the United States Bartenders Guild.

    Taylor Swift donated an unspecified sum to the World Health Organization and Feeding America. She also donated $3,000 each to a number of fans around the world who are currently struggling.

    Angelina Jolie donated $1 million to No Kid Hungry, an organisation that strives to end child hunger in the US.

    Gwyneth Paltrow, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Mila Kunis all made substantial donations to a fundraiser for frontline responders.

    Ciara and Russell Wilson donated a million meals to Seattle food bank Food Lifeline.

    Ariana Grande revealed she had donated to and was supporting a number of organisations, including Opportunity Fund, GiveDirectly, Feeding America, Croce Rossa Italiana, and the World Health Organization.

    Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos reportedly donated $1 million to help with the purchasing of ventilators and to help provide shelter to women and children who are homeless in New York City.

    Kanye West made unspecified donations to We Women Empowered, based in his hometown of Chicago, and Los Angeles–based organisation the Dream Center.

    Justin Bieber donated an unspecified amount to the Beijing Chunmiao Children Aid Foundation, offering his support to the country of China.

    Gigi Hadid donated the cost of making a huge meal for her family to NYC nonprofit organization, God's Love We Deliver.

    Kristen Bell donated $150,007.96 to the No Kid Hungry charity, revealing later that there was actually an adorable reason that the sum was so precise...

    Jimmy Fallon donated an unspecified amount to Feeding America, encouraging others to do the same.

    Shawn Mendes donated $175,000 to the SickKids Foundation, which is based in his hometown of Toronto.

    Justin Timberlake donated an unspecified sum to Mid-South Food Bank, a charity based in his hometown of Memphis.

    BTS's Suga and Parasite director Bong Joon-ho reportedly donated around $164,000 to help coronavirus relief efforts in South Korea.

    Donatella Versace and her daughter, Allegra, donated €200,000 to the intensive care department of San Raffaele Hospital in Milan.

    And Jimmy Kimmel has revealed that he will be donating to a different charity every day during his quarantine. So far, he has donated to No Kid Hungry, the American Red Cross, Feeding America, the USBG Foundation’s Bartender Emergency Assistance Program, the LA Food Bank, the World Central Kitchen, and Meals on Wheels.

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