Nina Dobrev Wants Donations To Australia For Her Birthday
The current crisis in Australia is not only alarming but extremely dangerous. The wildfires are continously spreading with no sign of stopping. Due to climate change, it is getting more and more difficult to control the Australian wildfires. Many celebrities are using their voice to create awareness and to plea for help. There are many options through which you can donate. The latest celebrity who has spoken up is Nina Dobrev.
Nina Dobrev shared the birthday gift she wants
Nina Dobrev celebrates her 31st birthday today. The actress’s claim to fame was the hit television series ‘The Vampire Diairies’ where she portrayed Elena Glibert.
The actress has been adored and loved through the years. On her birthday, Nina wrote a long, heart-felt message for her fans. She also made a plea to her followers and shared what would count for her as the perfect birthday gift.
Donate to help Australian wildfires
What Nina Dobrev wants as her birthday gift is for her fans to donate to Australia. The actress shared that she wishes her fans would donate one dollar for every year that she has lived.
She then emphasized on how even one dollar would mean so much. In the sweetest words, she wrote:
It’s my birthday in Australia right now. My wish is that you donate 1 dollar for every year I’ve lived. $31 to help with the bush fires. It’s the greatest gift I could ask for.
For some of you that’s a lot. So donate 13 dollars (my age in reverse).
Donate 1 dollar if that’s all you can spare. Anything and everything will make a huge difference.
Nina shared a picture of herself with a koala bear; one of the most endangered animals right now. She also expressed her love for Australia and how the current situation has left her heartbroken.
Watching the videos and photos of the devastation in Australia has shattered my heart into a million pieces and brought me to tears multiple times daily.”
Help make Nina Dobrev’s birthday wish come true by donating to help combat the Australian wildfires. The residents, firefighters, animals-need all the help they can get.