The Born This Way singer has designed a special Japan bracelet to raise much-needed cash
Born this way songstress Lady Gaga has raised a whopping $250,000 for victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, after designing a special Japan prayer bracelet.
Earlier this week, Gaga took to Twitter to tell fans of her plan to help the relief efforts, in a post which read: ‘I Designed a Japan Prayer Bracelet. Buy It/Donate here and ALL proceeds will go to Tsunami Relief Efforts. Go Monsters.’
And the eccentric star – who has totted up the amazing $250,000 total in just 48-hours – is showing no sign of stopping.
Urging fans to purchase the sleek $5 red and white band – of which 100 per cent of the proceeds go directly to Japan relief funds – from her website, the star Tweeted: ‘It’s important we help.’
Gaga is just latest in a line of A-listers offering help. With the devastation in Japan growing daily, celebs have been flocking to donate cash, and encouraging fans to do the same.
Yesterday, Katy Perry announced all proceeds from light wands purchased during her tour will be donated to Japan Red Cross, while Rihanna, P.Diddy and Justin Bieber all posted details on how to donate.
Want to help? Here’s how…
VISIT Britishredcross.org.uk/japantsunami to make a donation to the British Japan Tsunami Appeal
TEXT REDCROSSto 90999 to donate $10 to the American Japan Tsunami Appeal
BUY Lady Gaga’s Japan Prayer Relief bracelet at her official online shop.