It is possible that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have barely escaped the devastating flames of the wildfires in California, but they know that not everyone was so lucky.
During an appearance in The show by Ellen DeGeneres On Wednesday, Kardashian, 38, expressed how grateful he is with the firefighters who helped save the couple's house.
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"We were lucky," he said. "We were very lucky to have the help of the firemen we had. Our house is right at the end of a large park. The whole park had burned down, so if our house went out, all the other houses would go. "
To help those who did not escape unharmed, Kardashian announced two separate donations of $ 200,000, one for the Wildfire Help Fund and the other for the California Firefighters Foundation, on her behalf, West and her Adidas Yeezy label.
"We are very grateful to them," he said. "Honestly, we could not do it without them."
Kardashian also met a firefighter named Michael and his wife, Lisa, who lost their home in the Woolsey fire while helping to save other houses. the keeping up with the Kardashians Star gave the couple a $ 100,000 check to help rebuild their home.
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Kardashian also addressed reports that she and West hired private firefighters to save their home.
"We know that not everyone has this luxury available to them, but we were able to get private firemen," he explained. "Thanks to them, they saved our house and saved our neighborhood. I asked them to make sure to control all the houses on the edge. It was not just my house. "
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While the couple's house was spared, the Woolsey fire, which is affecting residents of Ventura and Los Angeles counties, has decimated the homes of many residents of Southern California, including the former The real housewives of Beverly Hills the star Camille Grammer and Gerard Butler, who shared a photo of himself standing next to the charred remains of his own home on Sunday.
Many other celebrities are also doing their part to help.
Earlier this month, Khloé Kardashian traveled to CVS to buy supplies for firefighters, while Rob Lowe revealed that his children and nephews were helping the evacuations and bringing food to the firefighters. Lady Gaga volunteered in a shelter after evacuating her house.
Sandra Bullock also donated $ 100,000 to the Humane Society of Ventura County, California (HSVC).