Jennifer Aniston Donates $1 Million to Hurricane Relief

Jennifer Aniston Donates $1 Million to Hurricane Relief

Donald Trump has threatened to pull federal disaster-relief resources from Puerto Rico, where millions of Americans are still without power or adequate supplies of food and water after Hurricane Maria. Fortunately, quite a few wealthy Hollywood stars have donated their own money to help the American territory recover from the storm. Unlike many stars who have made a big deal about their donations with public announcements, Friends star Jennifer Aniston kept quiet about her big donation, and we found out about it from the people she donated the money to.

Via Us Weekly.

Jennifer Aniston is donating $1 million to hurricane relief efforts, splitting the money between the Ricky Martin Foundation for Puerto Rico and the American Red Cross, after Hurricane Maria and Hurricane Harvey severely damaged various areas in the country.

Just days after Martin, 45, appeared on The Ellen Show to encourage people to contribute to his fund, he took to Twitter on Thursday, October 12, to thank the Friends alum for her donation.

“Jennifer Aniston U R amazing Thanx 4 donating $500k for our #PuertoRico relief fund,” the singer wrote. “We will never forget. U R saving lives Jenn #Allin4PR”

"She is concerned that so much is still needed to be done for the victims of these recent hurricanes, especially Puerto Rico where there is still no power to most of the island," a source told E! News on Thursday about the Horrible Bosses actress, 48. "She hopes this inspires others to give what they can."

The “She Bangs” singer recently traveled to Puerto Rico to deliver supplies and to help those who were affected after the Caribbean island was devastated in September. “What you see on television doesn’t do justice to the reality of Puerto Rico,” the singer told Us Weekly and other reporters at a fundraising event in Miami to benefit Puerto Rico on Tuesday, October 10. “We are still dealing with four million U.S. citizens who still have no power, no medicine, no baby formula, no diapers after 15 days since this happened.”

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