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    Camila Cabello Starts Her Own Fund To Help Oppose “Don’t Say Gay” Bill

    Camila Cabello has established the Protect Our Kids Fund in response to Florida’s passage of a “Hateful” law. That prevents teachers from addressing homosexuality in the classroom. The fund will assist the LGBT community. Children of LGBT parents will be eligible for scholarships through the foundation. Providing children with a secure and inclusive atmosphere, according to Camila Cabello in a recent interview, is the most essential thing you can do for them.

    Cabello says that she is donating all the money raised from the Protect Our Kids Fund to organizations working to fight discrimination and homophobia. The fund will provide financial assistance to families who are affected by the legislation. Cabello said, “No child should have to fear being bullied or discriminated against because of who they are.”

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    Camila Cabello, the singer, has announced the creation of the Protect Our Kids Fund in reaction to Florida’s “Hateful”. “Don’t Say Gay” law, which she calls “discriminatory.” The new fund will provide assistance to groups that fight for equality and against discrimination, with a special emphasis on protecting LGBTQ+ children and young people.

    Cabello made the revelation on social media, writing: “I’m really excited! In light of recent events, I’ve decided to establish the Protect Our Children Fund. This fund will provide assistance to groups that advocate for equality and fight against prejudice. With a particular emphasis on safeguarding LGBTQ+ children and youth.”

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    Camila Cabello performed at a Mother’s Day fundraiser on behalf of the organization “Protect Our Kids” on Sunday, May 8. The controversial bill prevents public school instructors from bringing up topics such as sexual orientation or gender identity in the classroom with students from kindergarten to third grade.

    There has already been more than $500,000 in donations to support the LGBTQ community, Cabello said.

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