Prince Royce it is another of the singers that has been added to the extensive list of celebrities who have given a stop to the pandemic by the coronavirus. So the interpreter-american of dominican descent – decided to launch an initiative that aims to help the children who reside in the county of The Bronx. Specifically in the city of New York, where he was born. For effects, he used the name of his most recent tour to give name to this project.
That is to say, the artist, 31-year-old spent part of his fundraising with that tour to selling masks with the name of that tour called “Alter Ego” printed with a crown. The information was disseminated through the international press during this weekend. In the meantime, all of the funds of the sales will be donated to the Foundation Child Charity, a non-profit institution that is responsible for giving quality of life to the small.
Help the little ones
According to statistics, the population of the county, are the children of latino origin. Following the decree of the pandemic by the Covid-19 numbers have been high. So the goal is to provide them of such masks to protect themselves from contagion. It is worth to note that this foundation was created by the pediatrician dominican Denise Nunez. In addition, it belongs to the network of We Are A Community Care who is responsible for ensuring the health and integrity of the families that reside in The Bronx.
On the other hand, people who want to purchase these masks and so help the kids, can choose between three models, ranging from the color white to your designs with crowns. In addition to these creations, there is another model that simulates the shape of a handkerchief, and has written two sentences: “Alter Ego” and “Stay Safe”. Such sentences are due to the last tour of the singer who caused an uproar in his fans and in the public opinion. However, it was cancelled after the pandemic at the global level.
These masks can be purchased through the website of Prince Roy. For a cost of $ 15. Other artists such as Demi Lovato, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Elton John, Brad Pitt, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber and Beyoncé have also created other campaigns to lend their helping hand to the most vulnerable by the pandemic. According to the latest figures, more than 4.7 million people have been infected with the virus. A 1.73 people have recovered, while that have been recorded 315 thousand deaths.