Taylor Swift has found a good cause to put her money behind.
The 24-year-old donated $50,000 to The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to help fund therapy tools for children suffering from cancer.
The generous gift will be used for a 'high-tech music therapy' program that promises to soothe and lift the spirits of patients at the centre.
The CEO of the hospital Steven M. Altschuler stated: 'Taylor Swift's gift will help lift the spirits of many patients during a difficult time.
'Taylor Swift's music is an inspiration to so many of our teen patients.'
Lamia Barakat, director of the Psychosocial Services Program at the cancer centre, went on to add: 'We can think of no better way to use her gift than to grow our Adolescent and Young Adult initiative designed to support the emotional well-being of our teens with cancer.'
According to Splash News the donation was originally made in 2013 but the allocation of the funds has just been publicised.
Taylor is currently on her Red Tour until mid-June, with stops all over the world.
The singer admits she’s now looking ahead to her next album: ‘I’ve already been working very hard on it and it’s already my favourite thing that I’ve ever created,’ she said during a press conference in China.
‘So the idea that after Asia, I get to go back and finish everything and get everything completely done and completely wrapped up for a new project, it’s very exciting.’
Taylor was recently forced to cancel a sold-out concert in Thailand after the country came under military rule last week in a coup d'etat.
Concert promoter BEC-Tero announced Tuesday on its website that the concert was cancelled 'due to recent events in Thailand'.
The singer took to Twitter to confirm the move, saying: 'I'm sending my love to the fans in Thailand. I'm so sad about the concert being cancelled.'
The concert in Bangkok was due to take place on June 9. The country is under a nighttime curfew, with everyone ordered to be inside by 10pm. But it is loosely enforced.