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10+ Celebs Who Are Helping Others During Coronavirus Isolation

As the coronavirus pandemic becomes increasingly worse, some celebs are using their resources to help out as much as they can.

Whether they're donating to food banks or donating funds to global relief, here are 10+ celebs who are helping others during the coronavirus isolation.

1. Lil Nas X

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In order to help fans get the food they need, the "Old Town Road" singer tweeted this:

"Hey guys drop ur cashapp. gonna send some of u some money to go get some food then stay inside."

2. Justin Timberlake

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The singer is giving back to his hometown.

He announced on his Instagram Story on March 15 that he's donating to the Mid-South Food Bank in his hometown of Memphis.

His money will help support their cause of providing non-perishable food to families in need.

3. Stephen and Ayesha Curry

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To help fight child hunger, the couple announced on Instagram that they plan to make donations to Feeding America as well as a local food bank.

They also encouraged their fans to follow suit.

4. Bong Joon-Ho and Suga

Together, the Parasite director and BTS singer, Suga, have donated more than $164,000 to Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association in South Korea.

The money will be used to purchase and distribute both face masks and hand sanitizer.

5. JJ Watt and Kealia Ohai

Instagram | @jjwatt

The newlywed couple proved to be a class act when they donated $350,000 to the @HoustonFoodBank.

The organization provides "over one million meals for those in need during this unprecedented time," per this tweet by an ESPN reporter.

6. Bill Gates

Instagram | @thisisbillgates

Gates is one generous billionaire.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation raised their initial donation from $10 million to $105 million to help with global relief efforts.

7. Donatella Versace

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The Versace chief creative officer and her daughter Allegra Versace Beck have donated 200,000 euros to the intensive care department of San Raffaele hospital in Milan, Italy.

Their donation is desperately needed, as Italy has become the second country hit the hardest by the virus.

"In times like this, it is important to be united and support however we can to help all those who are in the front lines, fighting every day to save hundreds of lives," Donatella wrote on Instagram.

8. Mark Cuban

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The NBA suspending its season was a major blow to sports fans and the workers that keep the games going.

Because of this, the Dallas Mavericks owner and Dragon's Den judge pledged to help the hourly workers of Dallas' American Airlines Center.

"I reached out to the folks at the arena and our folks at the Mavs to find out what it would cost to support, financially support, people who aren't going to be able to come to work," he said.

"They get paid by the hour and this was their source of income. And so, we'll do some things there. We may ask them to go do some volunteer work in exchange, but we've already started the process of having a program in place."

9. Sheryl Sandberg

The Facebook mogul, along with several other billionaires, has donated a $5.5 million emergency COVID-19 food bank fund.

This is operating through Second Harvest of Silicon Valley.

10. Vanessa Hudgens

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The former Disney star recently took to Instagram to share her plans to donate to Feeding America.

"It's a crazy time out there in the world. School closures, job disruptions, lack of paid sick leave and the coronavirus' disproportionate impact on adults age 60 and older and low-income families are all contributing to the demands placed on food banks across the country," she wrote.

She also encouraged her followers to help the cause.

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"Join me in supporting @feedingamerica today. Let's help each other out rather than freaking the [expletive] out."

11. Justin Bieber

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The "Yummy" singer was one of the first celebrities to give to the cause.

In February, he pledged to donate $29,000 to the Beijing Chunmiao Charity Foundation, a children's charity in China.

"Watching the news I couldn't imagine how scary it would be if a new disease was effecting my wife and my family and friends," Bieber said on Instagram.

"China we stand with you as a collective humanity and have made a donation to support. Whether it be this or the fires of Australia we all need to be there for eachother. Shout out to my friend @kriswu for the conversation."