Helping others is something that Demi Lovato is very passionate about!
The singer and activist organized a benefit concert in Los Angeles on Wednesday night to raise money for her charity, which helps provide treatment for those in need of recovery and can't afford the large expense.
Demi revealed why she started her charity in the first place and how she has big dreams of opening up her own sober living and rehab facilities in the future!
Demi Lovato used the benefit concert she threw Wednesday night in Los Angeles as an opportunity to bravely share how affected she was by her father's tragic death last year and what she's doing to make meaning of his passing.
The singer and activist was raising funds for her Lovato Scholarship, which offers treatment to those in need of recovery who can't afford the large expense.
Like she herself suffered, Demi's father had mental health and addiction issues and he was estranged from her at the time of his death.
Lovato shared that she recently found a letter she wrote when she celebrated her 6 months of sobriety, almost three years ago, and she reveals what the content of that letter said. Plus, she confesses that her song Nightingale has turned into a remembrance of her dad.
The 52-year-old and his wife already have quite the startup. Along with their two children, the family owns four dogs, two pigs, two hamsters, three rabbits, two guinea pigs, one parrot, and two fish -- all are rescues!
McShane says that promising her children animal shelter visits in exchange for completed homework is "the norm in the Stewart household." She continues to explain how animal interaction positively affects her children: