Hollywood Reporter Robert Pattinson, Lily Collins and Evan McGregor have rallied behind the Indians affected by the second wave of the Kovid-19 that devastated the country, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The actor is the official ambassador of the GO campaign, a nonprofit based in Santa Monica, California, that has been working with Indian grassroots organizations for 8 years to work for orphans and vulnerable children in the country.
Collins, a British-American actor best known for films such as Priest and Rom-Com in 2011, such as Stuck in Love and The English Teacher, said in a statement to THR, “India Ko -VID – The disastrous second wave of 19 is facing, and their health system does not have enough resources to take care of everyone. They are in dire need of protective equipment, oxygen, medicine and food to save lives. I have such beautiful memories of my time in India and the country will always hold such a special place in my heart. “
British actor, known for the Twilight and Harry Potter franchises, Pattinson said, “Look at Think of GO as a really worthwhile investment fund – they take your dollars and invest them in children, a diverse portfolio. In, for maximum results. And the common thread is those heroes, their proven track record, their commitment to serving children. “
Evan McGregor, best known for Obi-Wan Kenobi’s essay in the Star Wars prequel triology, said, “Any donation can make a difference and help save lives.”
The cast and crew of Netflix’s comedy series Never Have Ever also collaborated for a live table read and sneak streaming, the proceedings of which will be routed to Bengaluru-based non-profit GiveIndia.
Drew Barrymore, the actor, who currently hosts his own talk show The Drew Barrymore Show, urged fans to donate to Kovid-19 relief efforts in India.
In the past few days, Lily Singh, Katy Perry, Reese Witherspoon, Camila Cabello, among others, have also urged fans to donate to relief efforts in India.