Rima Fakih & Sal Are Giving Lebanese Charities $250,000

Beautiful has transformed into debris after the massive blast at its port. Homes, hospitals, universities, supermarkets, restaurants, and many more buildings and homes were ruined because of the impact.

Many foreign and Lebanese celebrities expressed their shock and mourned for . Many mobilized to raise awareness and fundraise for Lebanese charities and organizations helping .

Among those eager to help are Lebanese-American Rima Fakih and her husband Wassim Slaiby, more famously known as SalThe Weeknd’s manager.

They are launching a fundraiser campaign for the , the Children Cancer Center of , which Rima is an ambassador of, as well as the World Food Bank Programme.

They are kicking it off with a $250,000 donation.

Many worldwide A-list celebrities shared the initiative by Rima and Sal on their Instagram stories. The Weeknd, French Montana, Ali Gate, and many more showed their support by reposting the fundraiser.

Unfortunately, the Children Cancer Center of is one of the buildings that got severely damaged in . The center had to transfer its patients and employees to other places.

In addition, hospitals around were also severely impacted. They had to transmit cancer patients to the CCCL, which is why they are in need of extra help and donations to maintain saving young lives.

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