Harry Styles showed his support to #TimesUp with one of the most generous donations that the group has received in recent months.
The records viewed by DailyMail.com reveal that Styles granted the group's legal defense fund $ 42,631 at the end of August, one month after its closure.
That money came from a portion of the ticket and merchandise sales from the Los Angeles stage of his recently wrapped world tour.
It's just one of 60 that the former One Director star, 24, has engaged with international charities and nonprofits as part of its Treat People With Kindness campaign.
In total, he donated $ 1.2 million reported.
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Supporter: Harry Styles raised money for 60 charities and nonprofits during his world tour, distributing a reported $ 1.2 million (Styles up in January at the MusiCares gala)
Helping hand: called the Treat People With Kindness campaign, and sold personalized merchandise (above) with words to benefit these efforts
Visit the merchandise booth on each Harry Styles Live On Tour date for an exclusive set of Treat Treat With Kindness ties, Styles told fans on his personal website during the tour.
"All of Harry's earnings from these purchases, as well as a portion of the ticket sales, will be donated to various local charities from his tour stops around the world."
Other charities selected by Styles included MarchFor Our Lives (Washington DC), The Hunger Project (Stockholm) and The Manchester Fund, which was created to help this impact of the 2017 concert attack.
This was just one of Styles' charitable efforts during the tour, and the singer also launched a pair of Pride t-shirts in June to benefit the Gay Lesbian & Straight Education network.
Styles is one of the few men who makes significant donations to the movement totaling more than $ 40,000.
Others include Steven Spielberg, who along with his wife Kate Capshaw donated $ 2 million on behalf of their Wunderkinder Foundation; The $ 1.5 million Mark Wahlberg on behalf of All the Money In the World co-star Michelle Williams; J.J. Abrams, who donated $ 1 million with his wife Katie McGrath; Jeffrey Katzenberg, who along with his wife Marilyan donated $ 250,000 in the name of their eponymous donation; the $ 200,000 that John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen donated in the name of the heroic women & # 39; from USA Gymnastics; and $ 50,000 each from Seth Meyers, Howard Altman, Guy Oseary and also Ned Able, who donated along with his wife Kate Winslet.
He also made a recent donation to Twitter, who gave $ 20,000 in June on behalf of Kerry Washington.
When asked to comment on the donation made by DailyMail.com, Twitter refused, while the representative of Washington rejected several requests for comments.
The fund is still below its $ 25 million goal, having raised just over $ 22 million.