Fans can join Justin Bieber in playing a Facebook game for charity. Called WeTopia, people play the game every day and have the opportunity to do some good in the world, and it doesn't cost them anything at all.
According to a report from PerezHilton.com, Justin plays WeTopia for a child in Haiti named Agenor. The orphanage in which he lives has benefitted greatly already from WeTopia players. If Justin gets his fans to play, can you imagine how much more that orphanage stands to gain?
So far players have actually funded the building of a school in Moline, Haiti. They have provided 440,704 hot meals, 450,547 gallons of safe drinking water, 2,149 pairs of shoes and 3,268 warm coats.
You can actually watch Justin Bieber playing the game. He'll introduce you to Agenor and explains how much children like him stand to gain--all from people playing WeTopia. Check it all out in a video clip by simply clicking here.
So has Justin convinced you that you, too, should jump on the WeTopia bandwagon? What kind of charity would you like to help while having fun playing a game on Facebook?
If Justin sends out a tweet to all of his fans, how many of them do you suppose would play WeTopia, too?
Do you think Justin's girlfriend, Selena Gomez, plays WeTopia? She's big into helping charities, too, so if not Justin should make sure she sees this clip. Maybe Selena could even convince her cast mates filming Spring Breakers to check out WeTopia, too.
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