On his upcoming tour, Harry Styles will collaborate with Everytown for Gun Safety in an effort to “end gun violence.”

Harry Styles Partners With Everytown for Gun Safety on Upcoming Tour in Effort to “End Gun Violence”

Harry Styles has joined the combat to finish gun violence after two devastating mass shootings in the United States over the previous two weeks, saying on Instagram Friday that his upcoming North American tour will accomplice with a nonprofit group, Everytown for Gun Safety.

“Along with all of you, I have been devastated by the recent string of mass shootings in America, culminating at the latest in Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas,” Styles wrote in a press release on Instagram. “On our North American tour, we will be partnering with Everytown who work to end gun violence, donating to support their efforts, and sharing their suggested action items.”

According to a press launch, Styles shall be donating proceeds from the tour, with Live Nation matching, equaling over $1 million to Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund.

He adopted up by sharing a statistic from Everytown, noting that firearms are the No. 1 “leading cause of death for American children and teens.” The submission additionally inspired followers to textual content “ACT” to 64433 to be a part of Everytown’s mission.

“End gun violence,” Styles captioned the submission.

On Tuesday, an armed 18-year-old entered Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, killing 19 college students and two lecturers. The heartbreaking bloodbath of harmless kids got here 10 days after a closely armed 18-year-old white supremacist opened their heart and allegedly killed 10 folks in a Buffalo, New York grocery store the place he reportedly went, particularly goal and homicide Black customers. The assault on Robb Elementary got here practically 10 years after a 20-year-old gunman killed 20 kids and 6 adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut.

The incident marks the nation’s twenty-seventh faculty capturing up to now this 12 months, which has additionally seen 212 mass capturing incidents in 145 days up to now.