The 45-year-old celebrity is your co-chairman of Earth Alliance, an organisation which works to fight climate change and biodiversity loss.
The organization has established the Australia Wildfire Fund at a concerted attempt to help alleviate the people afflicted by the devastating bushfires, reported Fox News.
The blazing Australia wildfires have scorched an area double the size of this US state of Maryland. The blazes have ruined at least 2000 houses, 25 individuals and more than a billion animals are killed. The fires have been raging since September, along with the year, was reported as the most popular and driest in documents, which appears to be fuelling the bushfires.
The Oscar-winning celebrity has joined a growing list of other actors who’ve rallied to contribute money. Before this week, Australian celebrity Chris Hemsworth and Elton John every offered $1 million to its cause.
Rock band Metallica also pledged $750,000 to some firefighting service and emergency services bureau in Victoria. English celebrity Phoebe Waller-Bridge stated she’d dismiss her Golden Globes outfit and have the profits go to firefighter relief.