Bruno Mars Is Giving Back In A Big Way In His Home State Of Hawaii
By: Brianna Wigfall
Bruno Mars has decided to give back 24k style and supply families in need of Thanksgiving meals in Hawaii according to PEOPLE. 24,000 people will receive these meals which are inspired by Bruno’s song, album, and tour name 24K Magic. Through the Hawaii Community Foundation, Bruno is donating to the Salvation Army’s Thanksgiving Dinner Program in the Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division which will be distributed on November 22.
The Hawaiian-born singer is on tour, and his final show is at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu on Sunday. This will mark his third show in Hawaii on the tour at the 50,000-seat venue where he’s performed hit songs from his album including, ‘Finesse,’ ‘That’s What I Like,’ and ’24K Magic.’ Bruno’s efforts are, “single-handedly expanding [the program’s] reach across the state,” a press release stated. His donation is also bringing the program to home-bound individuals.
Mars is super excited to be in his birthplace sharing a photo of his younger self on Instagram on the first night in Hawaii saying, “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!!”, he said.
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