Bruno Mars brought his 24K Magic World Tour to Hawaii over the weekend and announced that he will be providing Thanksgiving meals to local residents in need next week.
The Hawaii native has donated enough money to the Salvation Army's Thanksgiving Dinner Program to provide 24,000 meals, mostly to home-bound residents. The Salvation Army says his enormous contribution is "single-handedly expanding [the program’s] reach across the state."
Bruno's three shows at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu this weekend wrapped up massive world tour.
Last week a 14 year old fan of Bruno Mars was recently hospitalized after being diagnosed with an aggressive and rare brain cancer, and Bruno reached out to the fan in a special way. Jayvis Ilar of Honolulu, was ready to see Mars in concert Thursday, but was hospitalized after he became verbally unresponsive. His family reached out to Mars on social media, and Mars and his team came through with an autographed poster just for Jarvis. Ilar also got concert used guitar picks from Mars' show.