In these very difficult times, let us remember George Michael’s generous heart, performing for charity shows. Learn about Stonewall ’99.
He was set to perform at the fundraising ball hosted by Alicia Keys and Mark Ronson for the charity Keep a Child Alive, but was not able to. Learn why
In 1985, George Michael performed at the 50th anniversary of Apollo Theater in Harlem. Learn more about this game changing performance, how he got invited and what Andrew Ridgeley said about it in his new book.
While we will never get to know the full extent of George’s generosity, this video lists down some of the amazing charitable works he did during his lifetime
George Michael’s philanthropy is legendary and he supported a number of fundraising activities for charity. Read about
Channeling his passion and energy to make a difference, George Michael fronted a documentary about HIV to coincide with World Aids Day. Watch the film, MTV Staying Alive.