In 1989, George Michael donated a pair of his boots to a charitable cause. Read the full story here
Did you know that George Michael donated proceeds of his Cover 2 Cover Tour show at Wembley Arena to British AIDS groups? Read this short newspaper clip.
On this day, Red Hot + Dance album was released. Read why the creator of this benefit effort called George Michael “one of the real saints in the fight against AIDS”.
Short clipping from the Democrat and Chronicle newspaper (Rochester, New York) published on 31 Mar 1992 about the Red + Hot and Dance album
The Observer wrote ‘Wealth, Hope and Charity’ listing the philanthropic habits of Britain’s wealthiest, profiling some of the best givers among the rich including the 31-year old George Michael.
George Michael’s collaboration with Elton John, the number 1 song “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down,” raised money for a number of AIDS charities.