Bruno Mars is up with huge surprises this holiday season. The thirty three year old “Finesse” singer wants to ensure via the Hawaii Community Foundation that the entire population of Hawaii has a meal on this Thanksgiving on 22 November. Mars is contributing to the Thanksgiving Dinner Program of the Salvation Army in the Pacific Islands and Hawaiian Division.
There are around 24,000 people who will benefit from the donations made my Mars and this comes from his tour, song and album’s name “24K Magic”.
A press release has reported that contribution by Mars will help the program reach across the state and will be able to reach home-bound individuals as well. The singer may not be cooking all the meals on his own, but definitely comes handy in kitchen. Earlier this month, Mars tweeted,
U know every now and then I turn the stove on & make myself a salami sandwich. I think it’s best if u all knew that.. Alright.. take care.
Mars will be concluding the worldwide tour on Sunday in Honolulu. He is totally excited about his upcoming performances and Hawaiian crowd will enjoy it. His Instagram post reflects upon his excitement.
Let’s have a good time tonight Hawaii! Most importantly, let’s show love and aloha to everyone driving down and attending the concert. I’ve missed you all and I can’t wait to perform and sing on the island I call home. See you tonight!!
Charlie Wilson, Boyz II Men, Ciara and Ella Mai will also be seen performing at the tour. This was done after Cardi B had to leave to take care of Kulture Kiari, her four month old daughter.
This is not the first time that Mars has done charity work. In 2017, he donated $1 million for helping people during Michigan’s Flint water crisis.
Source: People.com, Today.com