One Direction held an adorable charity event for some very special kids yesterday.When they're not ripping each other's shirts off, dousing themselves in soft drink or writing hit songs together, One Direction's Louis and Liam's humanitarianism makes for their best team effort. On a short break from 1Ds top grossing world tour, Louis Tomlinson last night arranged a magical night for young cancer patients, working alongside UK charity Believe In Magic to transform The National History Museum of London into Cinderella's castle:
The dresses and wands being made for the ball! ? -A pic.twitter.com/EqWKdkiW2b— 1DUpdates (@OT4WWUpdates) August 10, 2015
LOUIS SANG WITH ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL LITTLE PRINCESSES! ? pic.twitter.com/Yi6UlkicjR— 1D Updates (@1DLiveReports) August 10, 2015
Together, Louis & Liam have donated over £5,000,000 to the Believe In Magic foundation which equals to $7,791,975 in American money!❤️— Daily Lilo (@DailyLilo) August 10, 2015
Louis Tomlinson is a supporter of many charities alone and along side his band mates in One Direction. He works closely with the Eden Dora Trust; where he states that he heard of Eden’s story and quickly became friends with her. He posts often on social media various causes showcasing children who need help in the form of thoughts, prayers, and donations. Louis has flown to see fans in hospitals, in their homes, and worked closely to try to make various wishes and dreams of these children come true.In April this year, Louis participated in a charity soccer match and Liam hosted a Great Gatsby themed event to raise money for cancer charity Trekstock, who he and bandmate Harry have been working with since 2014. Even though they were unable to attend last night's event, Harry and Niall are also just as prolific in their humanitarianism. Both are public supporters of equal rights, Harry was involved in Emma Watson's 2014 HeForShe campaign and Niall has held charity football matches in the past. You can get involved too. If you donate now to Believe In Magic, you could be in the running to meet One Direction during the final leg of their world tour later in the year. Such nice lads, aren't they?