Bruno Mars is known for his 24K Magic and went on a tour of the same name. Now, he’s ending that tour on a high and helpful note.
On Sunday night (November 11), the pop singer will close his 200-date global tour at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, his native city. He also announced that he’ll be footing the bill for 24,000 Thanksgiving meals for Hawaii.
Via the Salvation Army – Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Division’s 48th annual Thanksgiving Dinner meal program, Mars will help so many in need of food during the beginning of the holiday season.
Every year, the Salvation Army provides free Thanksgiving dinners to families all across Hawaii. To participate, click here.
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