Tuesday, November 13 is World's Kindness Day and with the Woolsey fire that is still burning in Southern California, celebrities are showing kindness to those who fight hell. Legend of rock Dave Grohl He is known as Foo Fighter, but he helped some firemen by cooking for the crew at Fire Station 68 in Calabasas, California. "It was amazing to receive a visit from Dave Grohl tonight …" said the station's Instagram page, Blabbermouth. "He also invited us to some of his own @backbeatbbq. Thanks Dave It was excellent! "Dave, who was recently working as a cook at the Beached Pig in Los Angeles, was not the only one who cooked for firefighters, as Guy Fieri fed the first responders of the Auburn police in Butte County.
Similary, Khloe Kardashian I wanted to help the brave women and men who ran towards the fire. "I'm in the CVS in the House of Commons, because I had to get a couple of things in the house, and I'm going to post this request for what the fire department needs and whoever can leave anything that can help." he said in an Instagram story on November 10, We weekly. "Here at CVS, I basically have everything they had in stock. I got as much water as I could. "
Alyssa Milano She also tweeted that she was on her way to "bring water and food to the firefighters," and Liam Hemsworth He appeared to join his brother, Luke Hemsworth, in the recovery efforts, by TMZ. Liam and Miley Cyrus They lost their home in the fire, but Liam was more emotionally moved by the compassionate show of the survivors "who come together to help each other in any way they can".
"Malibu is a strong community and this event will only make it stronger," Liam wrote on Instagram. "Thanks to all the fire heroes from all over California. It's going to be a trip to rebuild. Keep everything strong. To help / donate visit @malibufoundation and @happyhippiefdn. "
Woolsey Fire, of Los Angeles, has burned more than 91,000 acres and 20%, according to SF Gate. Two people have lost their lives. In addition to this, the camp fire in the northern part of the state has consumed 125,000 acres, destroyed more than 6,500 houses and left 42 dead. This fire is the most lethal in the history of California, according to the NPR, and at the time of publication, only contains 30 percent.