When Taylor Swift is touring with her 2023 Eras album, she helps needy individuals.
“Good Morning America” has confirmed the “All Too Well” singer donated to food banks amid her sold-out shows happening nationwide.
The week before last, Swift, 33, made a “generous contribution” to the Arizona Food Bank Network before beginning her first gig in Glendale, Arizona. In a press release that “GMA” was able to get, the nonprofit group acknowledged the donation.
“We are incredibly grateful to Taylor for this gift and for caring about people who are struggling to put food on the table here in Arizona,” said Terri Shoemaker, vice president of external relations, in a statement. “Food banks across the state are seeing increases in need and this donation couldn’t have come at a better time. Anti-hero? No. Today, Taylor is definitely our hero.”
The Three Square Food Bank in Las Vegas thanked the Grammy winner for supporting the charity in a statement to “GMA” on Friday.
“All of us at Three Square Food Bank are beyond grateful to Taylor Swift for joining us in the fight against hunger in Southern Nevada!” the statement read. “It’s so heartwarming that she is supporting our local community, which is home to more than 341,000 food-insecure residents, including over 130,000 children. Her generous support allows us to continue providing nutritious food to our most vulnerable neighbors.”
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Last Friday saw the start of Swift’s first tour since 2018, when she dropped four new songs and played hits from every musical era.
In addition to belting out 44 tracks in her setlist throughout the concert, the singer also entertained her fans by wearing a fascinating array of outfits that correlate with her different periods of music.
Following the gig, Swift reflected on the show via Instagram over the weekend, sharing snapshots from her performances onstage while writing in the caption, “WELL. Last night was a rush. Thank you to everyone in that glorious Glendale night 2 crowd for giving us all you had and more. Counting down the hours till we get to play again. See you in Vegas .”
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