Mashable is reporting that Lady Gaga donated $1.5 million to Zynga's fundraising campaign for Japan.

Mother Monster created a Japan Prayer Bracelet immediately following the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan. Within the first few days she had raised $250,000 for the cause.

It was announced that the pop star donated the money to Zynga's fundraising initiative with Save the Children as well as to the American Red Cross.

I'm inspired that my little monsters banded together to help those affected by the terrible tragedy, Lady Gaga said in a statement.

Lady Gaga is also featured in a benefit album released by Universal called Songs for Japan. The album features popular songs in their original, remastered, live or acoustic formats, from Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Eminem and more. All of the proceeds will go to the Japanese Red Cross. The album costs $9.99 and can be downloaded off iTunes.