American singer and actress Ariana Grande is philanthropic. Today, things you should know.
1.- In 2003, at the age of ten, Ariana Grande co-founded the South Florida youth singing group Kids Who Care, which performed for charitable fund-raising events.
2.- In the summer of 2009, as a member of the charitable organization Broadway in South Africa, Ariana Grande performed and taught music and dance to children in Gugulethu, South Africa.
“I grew up writing songs in my room on GarageBand, and I would make the beats just out of layering my vocals over and over again. Very Imogen Heap-inspired.”
3.- After watching Blackfish, she urged fans to stop supporting SeaWorld and has become a vegan.
4.- She was featured on Seventeen magazine in a March 2013 public campaign “Delete Digital Drama” to end online bullying.
“One of the most terrible feelings in the world is knowing that someone else doesn’t like you. Especially when you don’t know what you’ve done to deserve it.”
5.- In 2014, she participated at the charitable Stand Up to Cancer television program, performing the title track “My Everything” in dedication to her grandfather, who had died from cancer.
6.- Furthermore, she has adopted several rescue dogs as pets, and paid the adoption fees of 35 rescue dogs in connection with her concerts at Madison Square Garden in New York City and American Airlines Arena in Miami in March 2015.
“Sometimes, people can be extraordinarily judgmental and closed-minded to anyone different or special, which is why it’s so hard for young people in this day and age to be comfortable enough in their own skin to not listen to the people picking on them.”
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