Even more than five years after a terrorist attack after a concert by Ariana Grande (29) in Manchester, the US singer thinks of the people – and especially the children – in the English city. As revealed by RMCH Charity on social media, Grande donated gifts that were distributed to young patients at several hospitals over Christmas.
Two published images show numerous wrapped gifts in front of a decorated Christmas tree. They were very happy about Grande's Christmas gifts, according to the attached comment. The gifts were distributed to babies, children and young people in a total of four local hospitals.
"It is so wonderful that Ariana has once again been so thoughtful and made this special donation to our hospital family," said Tanya Hamid, interim director of the Manchester Foundation Trust Charity. It is known that Manchester and in particular the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital have a "special place in Ariana's heart".
An attack shortly after the singer's concert in Manchester in May 2017 killed 22 people and the suicide bomber, and injured hundreds of people attending the concert.