Jennifer Aniston is digging deep and will be donating around $1 million to Black Lives Matter causes in the wake of George Floyd's death, according to People.


Color Of Change Receives Donation 

The Friends alum donated a portion of the $1 million to Color of Change, a U.S. nonprofit that works around the clock to ensure that solutions are met regarding social and racial justice.

What Inspired Aniston To Donate

According to Access, a source close to Aniston reveals details about her contribution to the cause, saying:

"Like most people, Jen has been deeply affected by what is going on in America and the terrible injustice that people of color experience every day, She wanted to show her support, and has donated a big sum to the charity she felt resonated with her the most. The link is on her Instagram page, so her fans can also donate."

Just last week, Aniston shared a video of James Baldwin asking the public about how much time will be needed in order to make some type of progress. In the post, Aniston linked a petition where fans can sign regarding Color of Change.

Other Celebrities Join The Donation Train 

Aniston is not the only one donating to BLM causes. Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra gave donations to the ACLU and the Equal Justice Initiative. Soon after, Kanye West fronted up $2 million to the families of Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery as well as putting together a college fund for George Floyd's daughter. Stars like Steve Carrell, Janelle Monae, Seth Rogen, Harry Styles, Ben Schwartz and Don Cheadle also have made donations surrounding bail postage for those who were brought to jail when protesting.

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