The singer Demi Lovato he did it again. This Friday he took his account of Instagram to confirm a good news: unveiled the new alliance between the World Health organization (WHO) with the purpose of strengthening the equipment of the first line which are serving the population infected by the Coronavirus. This would be another initiative on the part of the artist of 27 years, to reach a friend in this situation atypical for humanity.
It is worth noting that the interpreter of “Sorry not sorry” wrote the following message in Instagram: Home #Demi4Fabletics ?? • $ 5 for each item sold will provide a crucial aid to the front-line workers, promising up to $125,000 from now until June 30 to support the Fund of Solidarity Response COVID-19 to the World Health Organization, driven by the United Nations foundation”.
In this sense, “Fabletics” is a u.s. company that is in charge of marketing sports apparel, makeup, accessories, and footwear. Also now plasma its name among the companies and businesses that provide a collaboration of those affected by the coronavirus. In about 6 hours in posted Demi managed to reach more than 700 thousand “Likes” to almost 7 thousand comments of users to support the noble cause that seeks to have a wide scope.
In the graph, Demi poses for the camera with a makeup simple, neutral but delicate at the same time in nude shades. This with the purpose of promoting the purchase of items that have your winnings for the work beneficial. Other stars like Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Ricky Martin, Elthon John and Brad Potts have also raised their voice and their power on the masses to call for the collaboration of the most resources have.
In other projects, the brunette was faced with a new initiative with the following discourse on Instagram: ““impacts of Covid-19 in the mental health last any longer than the virus. Many have been left alone with their thoughts, their anxieties, their abusers, and are struggling with the uncertainty of these times. That is why I am helping to launch ‘The Mental Health Fund’, to support the organisations that meet the growing demand for crisis counseling due to Covid-19. You’re not alone. The help is fast, free and available 24/7”.