Beyoncé has helped to raise over $82,000 for Flint, Michigan to aid victims of the water crisis.
Ahead of her performance in Ford Field in Detroit, Bey's entertainment and management company, Parkwood Entertainment, presented an $82,234 check to the United Way of Genesee County at a Detroit high school.
In addition, the company announced that 14 Michigan students received "college gifts" to help with academic expenses, as well as tickets to attend the concert.
Her #BeyGOOD initiative gave fans the option to donate to the crisis relief after purchasing their tickets to her world tour.
“We are so grateful for the support Beyoncé has given to those in Flint and the way she has inspired her fans to fight for the education, health and financial stability of everyone in their communities,” said Stacey D. Stewart, the U.S. President of United Way Worldwide. “This partnership demonstrates just how easy it can be to give back.”
The donation will go towards funding for filtration pitchers, faucet mount filters, replacement cartirdges and truckloads of water in the wake of their ongoing struggle with lead-contamination.
Queen Bey previously announced that Tuesday's concert would "serve as a celebration of the resourcefulness of the people of Flint and Detroit, Michigan." And it looked like a damn good night!