It’s always the tough times that show us the good in in society. In the wake of the catastrophic damage that hurricane Harvey caused, celebrities and citizens have come together in person and online to help ease the pain and rebuilding process.
The latest supporter is late night comedian Jimmy Fallon, who took to his show to help dedicate a special moment to the victims and heroes. Along with a donation of $1 million dollars to JJ Watts ongoing relief fund from The Tonight Show, Fallon also brought out a Houston choir to sing “Lean On Me” in honor of those affected.
— Fallon Tonight (@FallonTonight) September 6, 2017
The performance was met with much adulation online.
This is so amazing
God bless y'all pic.twitter.com/71RSVvtGhX
— Kathleen Woods (@TexansfanWoods) September 6, 2017
I was SO MOVED by Jimmy, the Choir and your generous donation to those in desperate need!! Thank U all for all U do!! 💕🍀 💫 WE LOVE U!!!
— 🍀ClareBear🌈💕 (@CBearFalPal) September 6, 2017
As each day passes, we see more and more people using their platforms and voice on social media to bring neighbors and strangers together to help those in need.