Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth make a generous donation after their own home in Malibu burned down due to Woolsey's devastating fire raging through California.
In a statement to ET on Tuesday, Cyrus' representative announced a donation to be made through the Happy Hippie Cyrusa Foundation, which focuses on youth homelessness – especially among LGBTQ youth – and other vulnerable populations.
"Miley and Liam have lost their home, but they are very grateful for safety along with the animals!" the statement reads. "Their community and state are unique to them and want to give away a place that has created so many beautiful memories for themselves and others by donating the $ 500 billion Malibu Foundation through the mercy of Miley, Happy Hippie, in the hope of bringing back the Magic of Malibu."
"These funds will be used for financial needs, emergency aid, community reconstruction, fire prevention and resilience to climate change", the declaration continues. "Those who want to get involved in your time, support and donations are very grateful."
On Tuesday, Hemsworth also published a shocking photo of what used to be his home of Malibu with Cyrus, which has now been reduced to rubble. He noted, however, that the letters "love" still remain intact.
"It's been several days," said Hemsworth. "This is what is left of my home, love, many people in Malibu and the California area have also lost their homes, and my heart goes to all those who have been affected by these fires." To help: http://themalibufoundation.org & @ happyhippiefdn. "
On Sunday, Cyrus also wrote on Twitter about Ogumber Woolsey, expressing his gratitude that both Hemsworth and her pets are okay, although their home has failed.
"Completely devastated by fires affecting my community," she wrote. "I am one of the lucky ones, my animals and the LOVE of MY LIFE have done it safely and that is all that is important now."
"My home is no longer standing, but memories shared with family and friends are strong" – she continued. "I am grateful for everything I have left, sending so much love and gratitude to the firefighters and the Sheriff's department in Los Angeles!"
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