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Ariana Grande Extends Supports to Organizations Battling Coronavirus Pandemic

Besides extending her supports, Ariana has also requested others to join her in her social media post on Friday.

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Ariana Grande is an American singer, songwriter and actress. The leggy lass rose to fame with her character as Cat Valentine in the Nickelodeon television series Victorious, and in its spin-off, Sam & Cat.

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Ariana Grande has been in the news for extending her support to various organisations who have been fighting for COVID-19. Besides extending her supports, Ariana has also requested others to join her in her social media post on Friday.

“While we are social distancing and doing the best we can to protect one another, my heart hurts for the small businesses, individuals, and families affected by this,” she wrote on her story. “I am supporting the organizations below, and if you are able to, you should too.”

Ariana Grande then gives a shout out to the Opportunity Fund to help small businesses, Give Directly for emergency cash funding, Feeding America, which supports food banks, the Italian Red Cross, and WHO’s COVID-19 solidarity response fund.

Ariana Grande was joined by Rihanna on Saturday, who pledged to donate $5 million through Clara Lionel Foundation. Besides Rihanna and Grande, there have been various celebs such as Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Caroline Polachek among others who have come forward and made public donation encouraging self-quarantine.

According to the latest reports, the number of Coronavirus cases crossed 300,000 globally over the weekend, with infections in the United States climbing to over 25,000 before the end of the day Saturday, according to tracking by Johns Hopkins University and The Washington Post.

As of Saturday, 793 new deaths were recorded in Italy alone on Saturday bringing the country’s total to 4,825. Italy surprised China in total Coronavirus-related deaths on Thursday, according to CNN.

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