Ariana Grande, one of the most important artists on the international muscial scene, experienced in 2017 one of the most remembered terrorist events of the last decade: during one of her shows in Manchester, England, a man shot the crowd to death leaving 22 dead and a thousand wounded. The next day, ISIS took over the attack. From that day on, the American singer returns again and again to that city to accompany the relatives of the victims and remember the fact. This year, he had a nice gesture with the children interned in two Manchester hopistales: he sent $150 coupons each to buy toys as a Christmas present.
Ariana Grande has posted the following message on Instagram ahead of the third anniversary Manchester Arena attack❤️ pic.twitter.com/ThUQHuIJPE — Mainly Manchester (@ManchesterDose)
May 21, 2020
In total, hundreds of children were admitted to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and Manchester Royal Infirmary. It was originally a secret donation, but the father of one of the interned babes unveiled the novelty to the Manchester Evening News. «My daughter was delighted with the loving gesture. Ariana is a wonderful human being,» he said. Thank U author Next sent the coupons in custom boxes and asked that it not be published in any medium. «It’s so charming that there’s no publicity around her, I suspect it was a genuine intention,» the girl’s father described. Together with their recent partner and fiancé, Dalton Gomez, they also donated gifts last week to children’s hospitals in Los Angeles. On Wednesday, UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital shared some photos with some of the gifts the boys received from the couple.