Justin Bieber's
Charity Drive

Justin Bieber is giving back this holiday season and encouraging fans to as well with his Believe Charity Drive.

Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber wants fans to help him make a difference this holiday season. The "Mistletoe" singer has announced a big charity project that will benefit seven different organizations -- and he's hoping his fans will help out.

The teen idol is encouraging fans to help support the Believe Charity Drive by donating through his official website.

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"I am launching the Believe Charity Drive because I know firsthand that if you believe in your dreams, everything is possible," Bieber said in a statement.

"The Believe Charity Drive directly benefits charities that are making a difference in the world. You can... donate as little as one dollar, or even donate your time, because everything will make a difference. Please join me in our quest to raise millions of dollars by the release of my new 2012 album, Believe. I know that with your help we can make a change."

Bieber himself will donate a portion of his sales from his Christmas album Under the Mistletoe and hopes to raise millions for seven specific charities: The Make-A-Wish Foundation, Pencils of Promise, Musicians on Call, Project Medishare for Haiti, City of Hope, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the Grammy Foundation.

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Why is the teen in such a giving mood? His own family was once aided by the generosity of others.

"We donated $10,000 to the food bank [from] where I grew up, and I actually used to get food from there," he told MTV News. "It was an incredible feeling, just because they were needing a lot of stuff, so it really meant a lot to me."

Hometown kid does good!

Tell us: Will you donate to the Believe Charity Drive?

Image courtesy Michael Wright/WENN.com

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jolie February 18, 2012 | 4:44 PM

i think justin is going on the right track because at least he did a charity and for one people should thank him about that the people that hate hi should thank him for at least starting up a charity!thanksjolie

Brenda Henderson February 09, 2012 | 4:39 PM

It would be really nice to see stars like Justin Bieber reach to fans like my son. Kids with special needs who because of their disabilities will probably never ever have the chance to enjoy he concerts. My son Cameron is 9yrs and has Cerebral Palsy and he is the biggest fan of Justin Bieber. Cameron owns 2 pairs of purple shoes. The braces that he has to wear on his legs are purple. These kids are the unsung heroes of our community and many times get looked over when it comes to big companies donating to support their activities just as sledge hockey example supported by "Sports by ability Niagara" a non profit club and many other small community clubs that barely survive that are always overlooked by big companies. So many times kids, young adults and adults with disabilities get looked over. Cameron everyday plays a music video Of Justin Bierber trying to sing just like him. He wants to be a singer and a song writer. Maybe one day his wish will come true and he will actually get to meet him. If its not Cameron's dream coming true then I hope its another disabled childs dream come true. I hope this message falls in the hands of someone who actually cares.

megan concepcion December 20, 2011 | 1:00 PM

i want to donate to the charity but aftually dont know how is there a email address or a address to send the stuff to how does this work contact me @ megan_1013@yahoo to give me the info

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