Canadian Pop-Star, Justin Bieber has raised funds for Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) relief efforts. Justin Bieber posted a pic in his twitter account after painting graffiti art for Yolanda survivors, with caption #GIVEBACKPHILIPPINES. Justin Bieber till now has raised more than half of his calculated $1 million donation for Super Typhoon Yolanda. Relief efforts assures donors a chance to win studio hangout with teen pop-star at Los Angeles, US.
The Campaign mocks donors with, “I’ll fly you and a friend over to join me in LA from wherever you are in the world. It’s gonna be awesome.” Official partners for the campaign Prizeo which works with celebrities to support for different causes and the project has till gathered $540,201.
Funds congregated will be used for shelter, medical care, clean water, safe sanitation and building schools for Yolanda survivors, through the charities Action Against Hunger, UNICEF and Philam Foundation. Contributions start from $10 with additional prizes such as a video message from Bieber and signed merchandise. Justin urged his fans and said, “the best fans in the world, I want you guys to come help me in the studio, give me some ideas. But first, you gotta give back, Please, please, help me help them.”
Canadian Government and organization Action Against Hunger(AAH) also joined the cause. Bieber was very excited and thanked his fans.
Typhoon severely damaged territory in the Visayas on November 8th, leaving over more than 5,000 casualties and billions worth of damage. Justin Bieber auctioned his graffiti art for the victims of Yolanda.