Along with the Tuesday release of his holiday album, "Under The Mistletoe," Justin Bieber launched a charity campaign to benefit seven causes that offer hope to those who desperately need it.
"I know firsthand that if you believe in your dreams, everything is possible," Bieber said on his website.
For every purchase of his latest album, which boasts remakes, collaborations and some original songs, according to USA Today, the teen heartthrob will donate some of the proceeds to his "Believe Charity Campaign."
Want to help? See the list of charities Bieber hopes to raise millions for, below.
Every 23 minutes, the Make-A-Wish Foundation makes a dream come true for a child with a life-threatening condition.
Pencils Of Promise
Pencils of Promise has broken ground on more than 50 schools in impoverished places and has provided more than 1 million educational hours to children around the globe.
Musicians On Call
Musicians On Call turns sterile hospital rooms into a vibrant stage when volunteers jam for patients at their bedsides.
City of Hope
Leading the way in the fight against cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening diseases, City of Hope aims to turn promising ideas into treatments as quickly as possible.
Boys & Girls Club of America
For more than 100 years, the Boys & Girls Club of America has kept kids off the streets by offering safe and nurturing outlets, complete with mentors and after-school activities.
Project Medishare saved 50,000 young children in Haiti last year alone and continues to provide much-needed education, clean water, food and medical care to those in need.
The GRAMMY Foundation partners high school students with music professionals to get real-world industry experience and advice about how to launch a career in the field.
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