One World Together At Home: How Much Money Was Raised & Where Is The Money Going?

19 April 2020, 10:23 | Updated: 20 April 2020, 11:21

How much money did One World Together At Home raise?
How much money did One World Together At Home raise? Picture: Global Citizen YouTube

How much money did Lady Gaga's 'One World Together At Home' even raise for the health workers around the word?

Last night's worldwide event 'One World: Together At Home' was an incredible success as it raised an enormous amount of money for the health workers of the world who are battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

Artists such as Lady Gaga, who also helped put the entire event together, Billie Eilish and Lizzo all joined forces to help raise the cash.

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Lady Gaga with her boyfriend Michael Polansky and friend Bo O'Conner
Lady Gaga with her boyfriend Michael Polansky and friend Bo O'Conner. Picture: Lady Gaga / Instagram

How much money did 'One World: Together At Home' raise?

The event was a huge success in terms of raising money for health workers across the world. A whopping $127.9 million was the final figure for COVID-19 relief.

Where does the money raised for 'One World: Together At Home' go?

The power of an event such as this was clear for all to see with the amount of money raised. Of the $127.9M, $55.1M goes towards the World Health Organisation's COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and $72.8M goes towards local and regional responders.

A large portion of the money will go towards necessary equipment for health workers including disinfectant gel, surgical masks and digital thermometers.

Where does the money from One World: Together At Home go?
Where does the money from One World: Together At Home go? Picture: Global Citizen/Instagram

Which organisations have collaborated for 'One World: Together At Home'?

Lady Gaga and her host of incredible celebrity friends collaborated with Global Citizen, a movement of engaged citizens who are using their collective voice to end extreme poverty by 2030 and the World Health Organization.

You can still donate to the cause.

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