All Of The Good Things The Backstreet Boys Are Doing For Others During The Pandemic (And How You Can Help Too)

The Backstreet Boys might be spending some extra time at home… but that doesn’t mean they’re sitting around twiddling their thumbs. On top of many other things, they’ve been out in full force, giving back worldwide and to their community, using their platform(s) to call attention to great organizations, and giving recognition over and over to those who deserve it.

We couldn’t be more proud to back these Boys! If you’re looking to give at this time, consider letting this post inspire you. One small act of kindness can change the world.

The Backstreet Boys came together (separately) for their first ever ZOOM-style concert for iHeartRadio’s Living Room Concert For America . The concert gave viewers the opportunity to easily donate to Feeding America and First Responders’ Children’s Foundation.

Nick, Howie, and AJ joined legions of other celebrities in reading a children’s book for #SaveWithStories on Instagram. This effort benefits a collaboration between Save The Children and No Kid Hungry.

Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Nick Carter made a “virtual visit” to Children’s National Hospital in D.C., where they were surprised with a BSB-themed flash mob by staff and patients. They also offered some words of encouragement during these unprecedented times.

Howie taught everyone the importance of washing their hands — and had a song for it!

The Backstreet Boys created merchandise in the form of puzzles and “Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely” tees available for a limited time only to benefit Crew Nation. Crew Nation is a fund created by Live Nation to assist live music crew workers who are temporarily out of a job due to the cancellation / postponement of a large number of tours this Summer.

The Backstreet Boys showed their support for Children’s Hospital Week by posting about being Change Makers… because the need for pediatric medical funding is important. Find out how you can join in supporting the cause here.

Nick Carter joined other Vegas-based performers to take part in a ‘Stay Home For Nevada’ live broadcast, which encouraged the citizens of Nevada to stay safe at home. The broadcast aired also to benefit UMC Foundation / University Medical Center and the Salvation Army of Southern Nevada.

Howie D. took part in Altisimo Live, a pop culture and music live stream benefit that aimed to raise $3 million dollars for the farm workers Pandemic Relief Fund! You can learn more about it here or text CINCO to 91999 to donate $5 to the fund.

Nick Carter teamed up with VOSS Water brand to deliver thousands of cases of water to Mount Sinai’s Brooklyn Hospital for their front line workers to stay hydrated while working hard during the pandemic! Learn more about VOSS’ relief efforts here.

The Backstreet Boys’ celebrated Nurses’ Week with a few special words for nurses all over the world, giving a special shout out to fans who have become familiar faces and beyond! They also personally thanked Health Heroes earlier this month.

Howie D. is hosting a virtual cooking class with master chef, Chef Katsuji, on Friday, May 15th with all proceeds going to The Trotter Project and CORE. Whether you want to cook along or just watch, everyone purchasing a $10 ticket will receive the recipe ahead of time (so you can have the ingredients on hand) and will be able to tune in. You can get tickets and details here.

AJ McLean is playing in an online celebrity poker tournament on May 9th at 11am PST to benefit CARE and a charity of his choice. Viewers are encouraged to donate to Stars Call For Action Entertainment Industry Fund. You can watch the tournament on YouTube, TWITCH, or Facebook. More details on every link.

Howie D. is also raising money for Lupus LA, a charity close to his heart after his sister’s passing from Lupus years ago. Find out more about them here.


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