Justin Bieber has selected City of Hope as one of the U.S. charities that will benefit from his Believe Charity Drive, an effort to amass millions of dollars in donations to worthy causes.
Justin Bieber (Photo by Daniel Ogren)
The pop music artist launched the drive in conjunction with the Nov. 1 release of his holiday album “Under the Mistletoe.” He will donate a portion of the proceeds from his album to charity, and he is calling on fans to give their own donations to the charities in his drive.
“The Believe Charity Drive directly benefits charities that are making a difference in the world,” Bieber said.
Selected charities emphasize education, youth well-being and music. In addition to City of Hope, the drive includes Pencils of Promise, Project Medishare for Haiti, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Musicians On Call and the GRAMMY Foundation. Contributions also will be made to other local charities abroad.
Visit www.justinbiebermusic.com/believecharity and select City of Hope to make a donation.
The popular singer already has teamed up with City of Hope to raise awareness and funds for research through the sale of collectible “Hope, Love and Rock & Roll” T-shirts. At least 50 percent of the retail price of the shirts, which are available at cityofhopeshop.com, will benefit City of Hope.