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No Doubt That She's Charitable! Gwen Stefani Donates $1 Million To Japan!

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gwen stefani donating one million dollars to japan

We are SO impressed with all these celebs donating so much to the relief efforts in Japan!

First, Sandra Bullock donated $1 million to the Red Cross to support Japan.

Then, Demi Lovato donated $1 million to help with relief efforts in Japan.

NOW, Gwen Stefani has also donated $1 million to the Save the Children's Japan Earthquake-Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund.

Here's what she had to say about it:

"I've been inspired by Japan for many years and have a true love, appreciation and respect for the Japanese people and their culture. The disaster in Japan is beyond heartbreaking, and I want to do anything I can to help. I would never be able to make a gesture like this without the love and support of all the fans over all these years."

Along with her $1 million donation, Gwen will be putting up a "limited edition Harajuku Lovers T-shirt" on her website nodoubt.com, and all proceeds from those sales will go towards relief efforts in Japan.

Thank you for putting SO MUCH effort into this cause, Gwen! You are such an inspiration!

P.S. CLICK HERE for details on how YOU can support relief efforts in Japan!

[Image via WENN.]

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22 comments to “No Doubt That She's Charitable! Gwen Stefani Donates $1 Million To Japan!”

  1. 1

    Screw 'celebrities' being inspirations!!! They should be helping. They aren't anything but a bunch of pampered, self indulgant, self centered, egotistical cry babies. What i'd like to see is them rallying around Americans that way. God forbid we actually do something to benefits ppl here. Oh wait… that isn't popular. Hollyweird sucks!!!!

  2. 2

    That's great Perez! So glad that she inspired you to donate $1,000,000!

  3. 3

    Re: Shelah – Yes, dickhead, because there are NO charities that benefit people in America. Why should we donate any money to a country that just had a gigantic fucking disaster that killed tens of thousands of people when there are people in the States that need help? Newsflash, AMERICA IS NOT THE CENTRE OF THE FUCKING UNIVERSE.

  4. 4

    That's great Perez! So glad that she inspired you to donate $1,000,000! Now maybe your haters, will see you in a different light…

  5. 5

    $1,000,000 isn't a lot to these celebrities. If I had their kind of money, I would have given waaaaaaay more. That won't even put a dent in the destruction.

  6. 6

    Now is the best time of year for celebs to make donations. Just in time for tax season! ;>
    Re Miss Lovato, did she actually make a donation to a charity, or simply right a cheque for a million dollars? No mention of which charity she donated to. Compare these statements: "reportedly offering to donate $1 million (£666,670) to the cause" [Lovato's publicist]; and "The American Red Cross is extremely grateful for this generous support from Sandra Bullock and her family" [American Red Cross]. Just saying…

  7. JCPR says – reply to this


    She better since she slaved a few asian dancers for her album! This shit is bananas B A N A N A S LOL

  8. 8

    Well that's nice. When you go to nodoubt.com and click the "STORE" link, it says the page is down for maintenance…on MARCH 1. How is she going to sell any charity shirts?

  9. 9

    Demi Lovato DID NOT, repeat DID NOT give 1 Millon $ to Japan.

    A rep for the Disney star tells Gossip Cop the reported donation is ”not true… it’s made up.”

  10. 10

    Re: mortalwombatRe: Shelah – I agree that America is not the center of the universe, but there are PLENTY of charities that benefit American people. and NEWSFLASH to you, America is very close to being a third world country itself. Do you even understand how many AMERICAN children die from starvation? I agree that Japan is in A LOT of need right now, but I also agree with Shelah that celebrities and the wealthy should also help out America. Giving $1 million dollars is pocket change to people with multi-millions. So it is NOT inspirational that these celebrities give $1 million away every few years when there is a disaster. ANYONE, not just the wealthy, should donate any money left over after their bills and needs are met. What is the point of having making more money than you realistically need if you aren't going to use it to help people in need.

  11. 11

    This is so great of Gwen to put her money toward such a worthy cause.

  12. 12

    Wow a whole million dollars? That's pocket change to her and Gavin. Also, this happened more than 2 weeks ago, what took her so long?

    I'm pretty sure donating a million bucks, when you have hundreds of millions, makes you worthy of such recognition. How ’bout she donate like 20 million, or offer to start housing some of the displaced Japanese people. Or better yet, help the Japanese people in our country get reunited with their families in Japan… over here of course.

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  14. 14

    Re: cmike.hunt – "just in time for tax season"? Uhm, the deadline for filing your taxes for 2010 may be approaching, but anything that happens now will be included with 2011, which won't be filed until next year.

    Anyone else think Gwen looks crazy in this picture, like she's very obviously had some kind of lift around her eyes?

  15. 15

    Re: PerezSux54 – oh yea? well it's better than nothing. I sincerely doubt that you woud donate so much money for every damn natural disaster that hits earth. Every little bit counts

  16. 16

    Re: darkdutchess04 – it may have "taken so long" because she needed the time to set up the charity shirt. she is also setting up an auction that will start next week. all of that takes time. and it is never too late to donate to a needy cause.

  17. 17

    It's not inspiring that people that have so much donate a million dollars. They really should be giving more, but here in America we live in a world where the rich sit on what they have, and only really donate as part of tax write offs. I'd be impressed if one of them donate a years earnings to a major cause!

  18. 18

    This may be an unpopular opinion, but people really don't need to be donating to Japan. My heart goes out to them, but think about it: Japan is a VERY wealthy country and doesn't need other people's money to get back on their feet.

  19. 19

    Re: Annie Marie Gibson – You're ridiculous. That ho's wardrobe is worth more than what she so "generously" donated. She just wants to look like a good person by PUBLICLY donating what is considered chump change for her. Stop sucking the celebrity tit.

  20. 20

    Re: Annie Marie Gibson – And you don't know me douche, so you don't know that I would give way more, and I would.

  21. 21

    I saw it as a kind gesture on Gwen's part, not an obligation. I wasn't aware that it was Gwen's responsibility to rebuild Japan and deal with our own domestic financial issues here in America. Speaking for things she does nationally, she is constantly doing charities for organizations here in America—she is always donating lots of money to local children's hospitals. She, with the rest of No Doubt, also found time within her busy schedule to participate with Make-A-Wish foundation. She even took the time to wish the child a Happy Birthday way after her Make-A-Wish meeting happened.

    She is 1) taking money out of her own pocket 2) taking the time to do good work and 3) also working towards a way that she can get her fan base to help out

  22. 22

    Wow! What a sacrifice! Now she's only worth $79,000,000.00 or $114,000,000.00 if you add what Gavin's worth.