Justin Bieber was in the Philippines providing support to victims of Typhoon Yolanda . The Canadian made sure to go to the location and did everything in his power to help in some way those who had lost everything.
At the time Bieber used his tremendous influence in social networks to conduct a campaign fundraiser in partnership with Prizeo , for victims of Yolanda, which was titled #GiveBackPhilippines. With its generous attitude of going to the site and do a show bringing joy to Filipinos, the star managed to touch many people and raised a tidy sum to help them even more.
Justin’s manager, Scooter Braun , revealed through their account on the microblogging site Twitter that more than $3 million has been raised by the singer and his massive army of Beliebers. Continue reading
The Canadian and his team made a quick pass by Tacloban city most affected by the typhoon and managed to make a difference bringing hope to victims to visit some temporary shelters, where the singer gave a presentation and even joked with young children. Besides the tour, Justin still managed to raise over $600,000 U.S. dollars to help those who lost everything due to the Yolanda .
The teen heartthrob Justin Bieber visited young victims of typhoon Yolanda on Tuesday, traveling to the Philippines after launching a global campaign to help those affected by the deadly storm.
Bieber left Australia and flew to Tacloban, the devastated capital of the central province of Leyte , where he handed out t-shirts, toys and basketballs for the kids.
The star of 19 years visited an elementary school in Tacloban, being used as accommodation despite being badly damaged by the typhoon last month that left nearly 6,000 dead, more than 1,700 missing and devastated entire towns and villages of central the Philippines. Continue reading
Just one day after the announcement of the campaign Justin Bieber in partnership with Prizeo, which seeks to help the victims of the tragedy in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan, the number of donations supporting the cause has reached more than $ 400,000, almost half the desired goal, which is 1 million dollars.
Justin Bieber, like many, were proud of the success of donations and retweet on his Twitter account the message from his manager, Scooter Braun : Continue reading