Sit tight and sit still—it's what everyone under quarantine right now has been instructed to do.
And while it's tempting to think that for the first time in history, humankind can save the world by sitting in front of their screens and doing nothing (which isn't technically all wrong!), these international personalities think otherwise.
We all know that the directive is to stay at home to keep ourselves and others safe—but that doesn't mean you can't help from within the four walls of your house! Take Rita Ora, the singer who came up with an apparel line. She's partnered with the UN Foundation and the World Health Organization for the project, whose proceeds will be donated to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
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Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard
Hollywood's favorite goofball couple got serious about helping out their fellow Americans when they decided to waive rent for the month of April for the tenants of the buildings they own in LA.
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Singer JoJo still had creative juices flowing and came up with a silly acapella song parodying everyone's experiences under quarantine. She reminds everyone to stay in but with a hilarious NSFW twist. Turn the volume up for the full experience.
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Nashville-based Brad is a singer too but chose to use his resources differently. He and his wife, Kimberly, are helping out all the grandmoms and grandpops out there who haven't been able to provide for their basic needs because of the fear of going out and catching the virus. What did they do? They opened up a grocery store just for them, and it'll deliver essentials and food to the elderly, too.
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Kelly and her husband Mark Conselos are from the Big Apple. With its massive population and the number of people who travel to the city for work day in and day out, it's projected that the city will become one of the United States' COVID-19 hotspots. The city government, however, is having trouble preparing NYC's residents for this life-threatening possibility. How did Kelly and Mark help? They donated $1 million to New York's governor's office for them to gather resources needed to prepare.
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Following the footsteps of global companies like L'Oréal, Inditex, and LVMH that have repurposed their factories to manufacture critical goods (PPE and sanitizer being the most common), businessman Dov Charney is doing the same with washable face masks.
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Manufacturing swimwear for the summer? Put that on hold. Karla Colletto, the owner of the swimwear brand named after her, announced that they'll be reopening their factories but this time, will dedicate operations to creating PPEs to address the shortage of the supplies in hospitals and other health centers.
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Fashion designer Christian Siriano is giving new meaning to his career. Just hours ago, he posted an update about what he and his team that includes seamstresses have been doing to help: they've sewn hundreds of face masks in the last hour!
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The Terminator unfortunately can't simply go out into the world and, well, terminate the virus, but he can help terminate some of the troubles it brings. Arnold donated $1 million to that effort with the money going to the Frontline Responders Fund.
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This actress also chose the Frontlineres Responders Fund to donate $100,000 to.
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The singer was feeling extra generous during this time of uncertainty and fear and donated $5 million to COVID-19-related initiatives in the US and around the world.
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Chiara, an Italian social media influencer and entrepreneur, helped kickstart a GoFundMe page and donated 100,000 euros. The page has since raised more than 4 million euros for the benefit of Italian hospitals and healthcare workers.
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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively
Ryan is Canadian, and Blake is American—they're helping both their countries! They're helping out Feeding America and Food Banks Canada, respectively, with a $1 million donation.
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Nina has partnered with the BStrong and the Global Empowerment Foundation and pledged $10,000 to COVID-19 relief efforts.
Shawn Mendes, Britney and little sister Jamie Spears, Miley Cyrus, Eva Mendes, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Stephen and Ayesha Curry, Donatella Versace, and Bong Joon-ho are some of the other international stars who have pledged to help the COVID-19 relief efforts in their own ways via donations, partnerships, or financial aid.
And for a final dose of good vibes, check out the JoJo's coronavirus song below!