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Stars at the People's Choice Awards in Santa Monica discuss the effects of California's forest fires and call the disaster "mental destruction." (November 12th)
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With many of their friends losing their homes to California forest fires, stars include Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth, Sandra Bullock, Lady Gaga, Khloe Kardashian, and Guy Fieri Helping to Curb

Cyrus and Hemsworth, who lost their home in Malibu, said they would provide $ 500,000 through The Happy Hippie Foundation for the Malibu Foundation through the Younger Now singer-foundation.

A representative for Cyrus told AP Couple "wanting to give something back to the place that has created so many fond memories for themselves and others."

Bullock donated $ 100,000 to the Humane Society of Ventura County to help supply the animals evacuated from the fires, while the organization thanked the organization's actress in a news release.

"The Humane Society of Ventura County was deeply humiliated today by a $ 100,000 donation from Sandra Bullock and her family," the note released Sunday said. "Our efforts to rescue and care for evacuees from the Hill and Woolsey hills had caught their attention, and their team extended the shelter to show their support … This donation will help the HSVC outcomes 24/7 horses, bulls, donkeys, pigs, chickens, ducks, dogs, cats and other pets evacuated from the fire. "

USA TODAY turned to Bullock's representative.

In the meantime, celebrity chef Guy Fieri has spent his time and talents serving meals at a staging area in Butte County, California for meals to fight against the campfire.

Butte County Fieri's Twitter account for the Sheriff Office shared photos with Fieri, who dined with volunteers and posed with local people.

"Guy Fieri made a surprise visit to have dinner at the Butte College Law Enforcement Office," the tweet writes. "Thank you, Guy, for filling our bellies and lifting our spirits."

Lady Gaga, who had to be evacuated from her home in Malibu, visited a Red Cross hideaway at Pacific Palisades High School on Sunday Handing out gift cards to other evacuees who pose with fans for photos and share inspirational words with the crowd.

"I'm expanding my love … I know we do not know each other, but I love you," she told TMZ. "This is an emergency, but you are not alone."

Rob Lowe's family members volunteered to support the fire-fighting efforts. Lowe shared a photo of his older son, 25-year-old Matthew and his nephew Jacob and Lucas Steagall in action.

"My son and nephews are helping evacuations and bringing firefighters somewhere in the hills above Thousand Oaks." He wrote the shot.

Khloe Kardashian helped distressed firefighters I attend a CVS Saturday and buy bottled water and other supplies to donate.

"Here at CVS I basically got everything they had in stock, I have as many waters as I could, but they still have waters here, you guys can do anything you can," Kardashian told her Followers in their Instagram stories and filmed themselves with a white fire mask per E! and entertainment tonight. "I know that the brave men and women work so hard and tirelessly, because we all would appreciate it, just do what you can, even if it's just a bottle of water, a container of eye drops, a cereal bar, anything, me know they would appreciate it. "

Kardashian also shared a list of supplies for the fire department, including facial tissues, eye drops, energy drinks, and more.

Kardashian Matriarch, Kris Jenner, praised the actions of Khloe Instagram, writing: "We take care of our boys, thank you to all the men and women who fight these fires and risk their lives."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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