Taylor Swift’s Donation to Second Harvest During Eras Tour

On the eve of her exhilarating performance at Levi’s Stadium, pop icon Taylor Swift made a thoughtful gesture by donating to Second Harvest of Silicon Valley.

Taylor Swift’s goodwill was extended before she lit up the stage for the first of her two sold-out shows scheduled for the weekend.

This kind act is part of a bigger plan for Taylor Swift, as she’s been donating to food banks all over the country on her stops during the widely-praised Eras Tour. The tour is a musical retrospective of Swift’s evolution as an artist, revisiting each of her album eras.

Shobana Gubbi, Second Harvest’s head of philanthropy, expressed gratitude for Taylor Swift’s generosity. “We’re incredibly thankful to Taylor for using her influence to do good and for her support to food banks nationwide during her Eras Tour,” Gubbi said. “Here in Silicon Valley, her generous gift will significantly aid our efforts to feed an average of half a million people each month.”

Second Harvest, known as X on Twitter since its recent rebranding, celebrated Swift’s donation as “enchanting news,” giving a playful nod to her song “Enchanted” from her album “Speak Now”. This album was re-released earlier in the month, as Swift continues her journey of re-recording her older music.

A representative from Second Harvest remained tight-lipped about the exact amount donated by Taylor Swift. However, to give some insight, it’s worth noting that during her recent Denver stop, the Food Bank of the Rockies revealed that Swift’s contribution provided an impressive 75,000 meals.

Serving residents in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties, Second Harvest has been grappling with increased demand over recent years. This surge has been driven by rising inflation and pandemic-induced job losses that many people have faced. Adding to this, the termination of emergency CalFresh pandemic benefits earlier this year dealt another harsh blow to nearly 3 million Californians’ food security. Eligible households lost a minimum of $95 a month in benefits, with some seeing their aid drop to a paltry $23 a month.

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