Bella and Gigi Hadid donate $1 million to support Palestinian relief efforts

In a heartfelt show of solidarity, US supermodel sisters Bella and Gigi Hadid have announced a donation of $1 million to support Palestinian relief efforts, BBC reported. The funds are designated for four humanitarian organisations focusing on aiding children and families affected by the ongoing genocide in Gaza.

The Hadid sisters' donation will be equally distributed among Heal Palestine, Palestine Children's Relief Fund, World Central Kitchen, and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency. These organisations are crucial in providing food, medical aid, psychological services, and support for displaced families amidst Israel’s relentless brutality in Gaza. Bella and Gigi Hadid, daughters of Palestinian property tycoon Mohamed Anwar Hadid, have been outspoken advocates for the Palestinian cause. Bella, in a poignant Instagram post in May, expressed her heartbreak over the "devastating loss of the Palestinian people and the lack of empathy from government systems worldwide." Bella even attended the Cannes Film Festival in a dress made from keffiyeh, a traditional Arabic cloth associated with Palestinian culture.