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Justin Bieber presented $32,690 to the Commuinity Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Nashville Flood Fund yesterday.

The singer donated $1.06 from every ticket sold to his concert at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday.

I’m really glad to be here and to help out something that’s really important to me," Bieber said. “Music has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, and you know Nashville, there’s so much music history here.”

Earlier this week, Bieber made a surprise visit to a group of Seminole High School students to present them with a $5,000 donation on behalf of the Grammy Foundation.

“The students had no idea I was coming and it was fun to completely surprise them. I was excited about this opportunity to team up with Best Buy and the GRAMMY Foundation to raise awareness around the important cause of funding music education programs in schools,” he said. “I talked to students about pursuing their passion in music and encouraging them to keep doing what they’re doing.”

And the pint-sized star keeps giving with a special offer on "This November, Bieber Fever takes over Boston on November 16th when he comes to the TD Garden on his My World Tour. Experience Justin Bieber’s renowned concert from excellent club level seats and enjoy a pre-show dinner at the Garden’s Banners Restaurant. VIP Packages are available now through Tickets-for-Charity to see one of today’s hottest new artists!

“Each package helps support The Boston Bruins Foundation and its mission to assist in enriching the lives of children throughout New England. For the same or better price you’ll typically find elsewhere, Tickets-for-Charity offers fans like you a chance to find the seats you want and support the causes you care about.”

Find out more here.

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