Ariana is not forgetting about Manchester this Christmas.
Three years after the devastating events that took place at Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande concert, Ariana Grande has continued to support the people of Manchester – gifting all children being treated at both Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and Manchester Royal Infirmary this Christmas.
Cheering them up with a £100 Amazon gift voucher each, the kind gesture proves Ariana’s dedication to our city – which named her an Honourary Manc following her efforts to raise money for the I Love MCR Emergency Appeal. The singer returned to the city for a huge benefit concert in 2017 – with a huge roster of celebrities in tow for the charity event.
The generous gifts, which Grande sent to the hospitals under the radar, were reportedly given to each young patient in a personalised box – with no obvious messages to say who had purchased the gifts.
Sharing the gesture to Facebook group ‘#AHEART4MCR’, Dad Steve Wise said: “Ariana Grande has given every child in the Children’s hospital at Manchester Royal infirmary a £100 Amazon voucher for Christmas.
Hey @ArianaGrande, not sure you'll see this,but if you do,thank you so much for sending our little boy a Christmas gift. He's just been discharged from the neonatal unit at Wythenshawe (Manchester) hospital after 49 days.
Super nice of you and your team.
Thank you from us all 💖 pic.twitter.com/pNCwfHAF6H
— Richard Bradshaw (@FriendlyTester) December 25, 2020
Thank you @ArianaGrande for the wonderful presents you have donated to Royal Manchester Childrens Hospital where our Baby Willow has spent her first Christmas. Her Face says it all of how much fun she has had. Thank you and Merry Christmas pic.twitter.com/HQmyq08mkl
— Will Peirce (@willy_2_silly) December 25, 2020
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