• Lady Gaga has been doing a lot of works to promote humanity
  • Lady Gaga's started a foundation for mental health
  • Lady Gaga raised $35 million for coronavirus funding

Lady Gaga has been an inspiration and known for giving back even before the coronavirus pandemic.

The “Poker” face hitmaker is curating the “One World: Together at Home” concert. She worked with Global Citizen and World Health Organization (WHO) to raise money for coronavirus funding. A lot of artists including Paul McCartney, Celine Dion, Elton John, Chris Martin, Lizzo, Billie Eilish, John Legend, Stevie Wonder, Kacey Musgraves, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys, Christine and the Queens, and more are performing on the virtual concert.

Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, the “Million Reasons” singer has already done a lot of things to help others. Here are some of her works over the years that will convinced you that humanity is still alive.

Born this Way Foundation (2012)

In 2012, Lady Gaga and her mother Cynthia Germanotta started the Born ThiS Way Foundation to create a braver and kinder world. The foundation aims to help teens and young adults with their mental health.

The program includes encouraging fans to do an act of kindness for 21 days. Another program focuses on in-person training to help kids learn how to handle their own mental health.

Helped Woolsey fire victims (2018)

In 2018, the “Stupid Love” artist was forced to evacuate her home in Malibu due tot he Woolsey fire. However, she didn’t forger to visit the other victims at the Red Cross shelter. During her visit, she expressed her love and support to them.

“I extend my love to each and every one of you,” Gaga told the displaced crowd at Pacific Palisades High School, TMZ reported. “I know we do not know each other, but I love you. This is an emergency, but you are not alone. And we have each other.”

Addressed suicide in op-ed (2018)

Gaga co-wrote an op-ed for The Guardian with Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in 2018. The letter was published after shortly after the deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain.

“Suicide is the most extreme and visible symptom of the larger mental health emergency we are so far failing to adequately address,” they wrote.

In the letter, Lady Gaga urged everyone to speak up and end the misguided ideas that mental health is a matter of weakness of moral failure. She added that it’s time to collectively tackle the cause and symptoms of mental health.

$35 million for coronavirus battle (2020)

When the coronavirus pandemic started, the “Shallow” singer immediate did her part by reaching out to tech companies and corporations and philanthropists to support WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Fund that aims to provide health workers PPE and provides more testing kits. Lady Gaga’s effort paid off because in just seven days, she was able to raise $35 million.

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Lady Gaga poses in the press room with the Oscar during the 91st Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on February 24, 2019. Getty Images/Frederic J. Brown