Taylor Swift's 'kind gesture' for UK charity

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Taylor Swift performs on stage during her Eras Tour at the Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh. Picture date: Friday June 7, 2024. PA Photo. See PA story SHOWBIZ Swift. Photo credit should read: Jane Barlow/PA Wire
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A foodbank charity has been given a generous donation from international superstar Taylor Swift.

The Edinburgh Food Project couldn't contain its gratitude as it took to social media to announce the timely gift, coinciding with the singer's record-breaking shows at Murrayfield Stadium, reports Wales Online.

The charity expressed its thanks online: "As fans gathered at @MurrayfieldStad on Friday for the first of three record-breaking gigs, we found out that @taylorswift13 would be making a donation to support foodbanks across the city. Thank you so much Taylor. Want to help? Donate £13 (#IYKYK)."

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Swifties were quick to praise the 'Shake It Off' singer in the comments section. Rachel said: "One day she's gonna set up The Taylor Swift Foundation and raise money for good causes everywhere she goes."

Wackskeck chimed in: "Taylor Swift is the only artist who constantly donate to charities and foodbanks. She's a charitable woman, humble and kind. God bless you more @taylorswift13."

Echoing the sentiment, Emma Gregory simply stated: "She's just great."

Taylor Swift's performances at Murrayfield Stadium have gone down in history, drawing over 220,000 fans the highest attendance for concerts at the venue. The star shared a special message with her fans to commemorate the landmark events.

In an Instagram post, the singer expressed his gratitude, saying: "Edinburgh!!! You truly blew me away this weekend. Thank you for breaking the all-time attendance record for a stadium show in Scotland 3 times in a row and for all the ways you made us feel right at home. Love you, all 220,000 of you!!!"

Anyone looking to follow in Taylor’s footsteps to help out with the Edinburgh Food Project, you can visit its JustGiving page here.