Children receiving medical care in Greater Manchester hospitals received Christmas gifts from Ariana Grande.

Following the terrorist assault at Manchester Arena Grande five years ago, the 29-year-old American singer got to know the city.

After a Grande concert in 2017, a suicide bomber struck the location and killed 22 people.

As a result of the attack, Grande has openly discussed her struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder.

The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity announced in a tweet on Boxing Day that Ariana Grande had donated gifts for children and teenagers spending Christmas in Manchester hospitals.

The organisation said: “Many thanks, Ariana Grande!

“We were thrilled to receive Christmas gifts from Ariana Grande for the children who visit our hospitals.

“Babies, kids, and teenagers at RMCHosp, TraffordHosp, WythenshaweHosp, and NorthMcrGH—NHS” received the gifts.
According to the organisation, kids at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Trafford Hospital, Wythenshawe Hospital, and North Manchester General Hospital all received gifts from the One Last Time singer.

In December 2020, the artist also gave gifts to Manchester hospital patients.

According to reports, Grande and her future husband Dalton Gomez visited patients at Manchester Royal Infirmary and Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital to provide gifts and Amazon gift cards.

As a token of appreciation for the manner she handled the terrorist incident, Grande was given honorary citizenship of Manchester in 2017.

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