As Beyoncé kicks off her Mrs. Carter Show tour in Belgrade, Serbia tonight, she's announcing a new partnership with Goodwill for her North American tour dates.
Goodwill will host donation drives for clothing, electronics and other small household goods at all her stops across America. The money earned from the sale of these donated items will "help people with disabilities and disadvantages, and anyone facing challenges to finding employment," read a press release.
"Goodwill helps people get back to work by providing education, job training and placement," said Beyoncé. "I wanted to team up with an organization that puts people first and works every day to help them improve and re-establish their lives."
In other related news, the ESSENCE Festival headliner is also teaming up with "Miss a Meal" to fight hunger. "Miss a Meal," run by Houston's Bread of Life, encourages people to skip meals and donate the money to help the hungry. Currently, Bread of Life, serves 14,000 meals a month to locals in Houston.
“I was 13 and my sister Solange was eight when we started donating and serving meals to the homeless after church,” said Beyoncé in a statement. “There were people from all walks of life, even children, who needed a meal. We learned that we are all three paychecks away from poverty. It was a lesson in humility for all of us.”