The actress Emilia Clarkewho gave life to Daenerys Targaryen in the series “Game of Thrones”, announced that it will conduct a campaign to this charity by the pandemic COVID-19.
As explained by the artist, will perform a giveaway that will have 20 winners of a dinner virtual with it. To participate in the selection, you must make a donation that is intended to bring together between all around$ 300,000.
Emilia Clarke it has planned to financially support the clinics and hospitals they are collapsing due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, as explained in a video on Instagram.
“We are creating rehabilitation clinics virtual for survivors brain injuries have a place to go to, a place to feel safe and a place where you don’t feel alone or isolated,” announced the famous actress “Game of Thrones“.
“This money also will help to empty the beds of the hospitals that are necessary to deal with this pandemic, by taking care of those who also need space to heal,” he added.
In this way, Emilia Clarke will work with the charitable organisation, the Same You, founded by herself, that seeks to help those who suffer strokes. As you recall, the actress was the victim of two aneurysms during the filming of the series that launched her to fame.
THE BAD TASTE OF THE END
The end of “Game of Thrones“left a sinsabor among fans of the successful series based on the books of George R. R. Martin. Despite the fact that, initially, the actors defended the HBO production, some have returned to talk about the final season that caused so many dislikes.
Among them, Emilia Clarke, the remembered mother of dragons, commented that he was not happy to know what would happen with his character in the end of the fiction, in an interview for The Sunday Times.
“I didn’t feel anything happy when I read the script. In every turn of the plot I tried not to think too much about what they were going to say the other when you issue the chapters,” be honest Emilia Clarke, who played Daenerys Targaryen in “Game of Thrones“during eight years of his artistic career.