Justin Bieber’s #GiveBackPhilippines fundraising campaign has raised over $1 million for Typhoon Yolanda relief.
The typhoon his the Philippines last month, killing thousands and injuring many more. It destroyed many homes as well.
The fundraising drive ended at $1,161,168.
In total, Bieber has raised over $3 million for the typhoon relief.
In the introduction to #GiveBackPhilippines, Bieber said in a video:
“Everyone knows I’ve got the best fans in the world, so the moment I heard about the tragedy a few weeks back, I knew I could count on you guys to make a difference.
He added: “When I heard about the massive scale of the Typhoon Haiyan disaster, I wanted to help in any way I could.”
Bieber, 19, visited the Philippines and met with victims of the typhoon. He played basketball with a survivor at San Jose Elementary School, where he visited with children and parents who survived the typhoon.
People who donated $10 or more to the campaign were entered into a lottery. The grand-prize winner, who hasn’t been announced, gets a trip for two to Los Angeles in 2014 to join Bieber in the studio to watch and lsiten to him record new music.