With her amazing singing talent, particularly her flawless vocal range, American singer-actress Ariana Grande has amassed enormous popularity all around the world. However, the multifaceted artist is currently generating news for her thoughtful act for the kids in Manchester hospitals who were severely affected by the incident on the Manchester Arena that took place in 2017. When it was reported that Ariana Grande is still delivering Christmas gifts to the hospitals for children in Manchester, her supporters and admirers were taken aback.
The singer reportedly had serious anxiety problems and PTSD as a result of the 2017 Manchester bombing, which, according to the most recent information, had a profound influence on her. Since the bombing in Manchester, which resulted in the deaths of 22 people and the injuries of countless others, Ariana Grande has maintained contact with the local hospitals. She takes sure to deliver gifts for the young patients in Manchester hospitals every Christmas season along with a donation.
Ariana Grande continues to give gifts to their paediatric patients, according to the RCMH Charity organisation, who just confirmed this on their official Twitter account and congratulated her for the kind gesture. They said, “Thank you, Ariana! We were so excited to receive Christmas gifts for young patients across our hospitals from Ariana Grande,” reads the Twitter post of RCMH Charity. “The presents were distributed to babies, children, and teenagers.”
Tanya Hamid, the temporary director of the Manchester Foundation Trust Charity, later posted on her official Instagram account. She said, “It’s so wonderful that Ariana has once again been so thoughtful and made this special donation to our family of hospitals. We know Manchester, and in particular Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, holds a special place in Ariana’s heart.”
Ariana Grande also arranged the wildly popular “One Love Manchester” event in 2017 to support the victims of the attack at the Manchester Arena that year. The event reportedly raised about $23 million, which was utilised to treat the victims, particularly the children. Ariana garnered a lot of praise from both her admirers and her detractors for displaying courage and poise in front of a crowd that sorely needed it. The Vulture section of New York magazine ranked the concert as the top event of the year.