More and more celebrities you decide to create initiatives to help in the middle of the spread of the COVID-19. The most from your space and using your passions. Such is the case of Miley Cyrus and Rita Orawho the evening of this Thursday, have presented their solidarity projects from the fourth episode of ‘Bright Minded’, the program of the interpreter of ‘Wrecking Ball’ on Instagram.
Miley Cyrus has teamed up with Emi-Jay, a brand of accessories for hair, to to help the organization Feeding America. The singer has explained that, when you buy any pigtail of the signature and use the code ‘Bright Minded’, one hundred percent of the proceeds are earmarked to the above-mentioned institution. Each dollar could generate up to 10 meals to their national network of food banks. But the american artist has not only wanted to talk about his initiative. The interpreter has also sent a message of reflection to all his followers to do in front of the coronavirus. So, you have recommended its followers stay home to prevent further spread.
The project of Rita Ora, who was the guest of Miley Cyrus in the last episode of ‘Bright Minded’, is also related to the fashion. The british singer has been associated with the founding of the United Nations and the World Health Organization to design a t-shirt that conveys a message of what to do and what not to do to keep us safe to us and to others during the pandemic. In conversations with the interpreter of ‘Party in the USA’, the artist from the Uk has revealed the reason which has led her to create this initiative. “I have not been able to sleep, literally, for a week,” he commented. “I kept thinking, ‘I need to do something, it is a madness'”.
In your account of Instagram, Rita Ora has explained that the first step was to design a logo to remember who we are fighting in a battle. Once completed, sent to the United Nations foundation and began discussions with the World Health Organization to encourage people to take measures to combat the spread of coronavirus.
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Covid-19 is impacting the world in a way none of us could have imagined. Over the last few months we have watched this virus spread throughout the world not remove understanding its impact. I think by now we all understand that this is something that is having, and will continue to have devastating effects on everyone. We all have a part to play in helping to stop the spread. Thinking about what I can do to try and help, I reached out to Sir Bob Geldof for advice on how best to make any kind of difference. Bob was beyond gracious, as of course I’ve been the master of mobilising young people all his life. The first idea was to design a symbol to remind us all that we have to battle to fight together. After working on this symbol, I sent it to the @UNFoundation, who helped set up the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organisation @WHO. I started discussing with them how we could work together, to encourage people to unite to combat as much as we can the spread of this virus. There are simple things we can all do to make a difference. To create as much awareness as we can, we are launching this symbol and an instruction page to offer some guidance from, and with support of the WHO. We have made available some simple merchandise with all proceeds going directly to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. We would love you to buy whatever you can afford or make a small donation, but I wanted you to know that if that is not possible for you even sharing or posting the symbol will help. Please – Stop the Spread. Play Your Part! I love you, Rita x
During the program, Miley Cyrus, Rita Ora has taken the opportunity to make a recommendation to overcome the days of quarantine. The british has made reference, in particular, to all those who live this period in solitude. “Take a bath, do something you like to eat and learn something new, so that it is not thinking that he is alone all the time.” The singer has reminded us that there’s always that thinking that “someone else is going through the same situation.”