Bella Hadid just became the most recent celebrity to help out the California wildfire victims.
The 22-year-old supermodel and sister of Gigi Hadid is reportedly planning to donate $10,000 to the Malibu Disaster Prevention & Relief Fund, according to TMZ. The fund was started by The Point Dume Bomberos, who are all local firefighters in the area. (RELATED: Bella Hadid Just Made A Huge Decision That Will Have People Talking)
The Bomberos set up a GoFundMe page, which explains they need all the help they can get to not only extinguish current blazes, but to prevent this from happening in the future.
“I feel so helpless right now … thank you to all of the incredible fire fighters in Malibu and from the valley who are working so hard in danger for the community. You are so incredible and we salute you. Bless,” Hadid wrote in a recent Instagram post about the Malibu wildfires.
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can’t believe this….it makes me so emotional looking at these photographs taken in the past two days. our beautiful Malibu looks so sad today. malibu is such a connected, loving community with families that have lived there for 30+ years. Many of them growing up together raising children together for so many decades making so many memories… I can’t even imagine how you all are feeling back home having to evacuate…im so sorry that you have to watch this happen right in front of you- Im sure it is the most painful thing in the world. my heart is so broken I am so sorry to every single person that lost their homes, and I hope we can come up with something very soon to help… as you can see- horses and other animals are being brought to beaches because there is no way to get out of Malibu anymore…I added a few places you can evacuate your animals to if anyone that needs help is reading this… I can’t imagine having to leave my horses behind..I feel so helpless right now … thank you to all of the incredible fire fighters in Malibu and from the valley who are working so hard in danger for the community. You are so incredible And we salute you Bless
Hadid lost her home in Montecito, Calif. in January due to extreme flooding. California is expecting rains sometime next week, which typically triggers landslides and flooding.
At least 56 people have died in the California wildfires this season.