Taylor Swift donated incredible gift to people of Liverpool – and didn’t tell anyone… See the Incredible gift that has melt millions of people’s hearts

Beautiful Taylor Swift


As her Eras tour continues to travel around the UK, Taylor Swift is leaving a lasting impression on Swifties who travel far and wide to come and see her in action.


Taylor Swift at Eras Tour in Cardiff

However, the Bad Blood songstress left a very special gift for the people of Liverpool – and didn’t tell anyone about it.

She performed three sold-out shows earlier this month in front of a 53,000-strong crowd at Anfield Stadium, which broke its all-time attendance record.

But her impact will be felt by more than just her fanbase, as it was revealed she made a ‘generous donation’ to The St Andrew’s Community Network.

The non-profit organisation provides for 11 food banks and eight community food pantries across north Liverpool.

And it wasn’t Taylor’s team that announced her donation, but instead Rich Jones, the community network’s chief executive, who decided to bring the kind gesture to light.

He told the Liverpool Echo that the donation will make a ‘huge difference’ to the people the organisation helps.

Charlotte, a fundraiser for the network added: ‘We can’t thank Taylor enough.

‘So many people are struggling at the moment and need for all our services has sadly increased over the last few years.

‘So to have someone like Taylor supporting our endeavours and choosing to help people in crisis in Liverpool means so much and will make a massive difference.’

St Andrews Community Network also took to X (formerly Twitter) to thank the star.

They wrote: ‘We’re SO excited that @taylorswift13 has donated to us after three incredible shows

‘While we hope for the day Everything Has Changed and our support is not needed, donations like Taylor’s make a difference. Thank you for leaving your legacy!’

The charity supports around 36,000 people every year, ‘setting people free from poverty’ and working towards ‘lasting change’ throughout the communities they serve.

The Clubmoor-based network also helps those struggling with debt and dishes out welfare benefits advice.

It comes after the pop star also made a sizeable chariatable donation while in Edinburgh.

Taking to social media earlier this month the Edinburgh Food Project said it was informed before her first concert in the city that she would be ‘making a donation to support foodbanks across the city’.

The charity told MailOnline it has agreed not to reveal the exact amount of money donated by Swift, but said it will ‘make a big difference to the people we support.’

Director Bethany Biggar said: ‘We are thrilled that Taylor has decided to support the foodbanks and leave a lasting impact on Edinburgh.

‘Things are really tough for a lot of people right now, so it is lovely to see someone like Taylor spreading such positivity.’

During her Friday June 13 show at Anfield, Taylor beamed as she told the crowd: ‘Liverpool you just made me feel so amazing. That was really cool that has gone to my head. You have made me feel really powerful.

‘This weekend is the first time I’ve ever got the chance to play in Liverpool. And you’ve already made a stunning impression on me.

‘I’m having more fun on this tour than in my entire life!’

Taylor is set to kick off the first of her three London Eras tour dates on Friday, performing to 90,000 people, before returning for five more nights from the 15-20th of August.

The singer’s eight sold-out shows at Wembley are predicted to bring a £300million boost to the London economy and her run in the capital is the most nights played at the stadium by a female solo artist in a single tour.

With a total of 640,000 tickets sold, Greater London Authority are expecting fans to spend an average of £471 per person.