Gwen Stefani is contributing $166,000 from her local concert to provide scholarships for students who lost their homes in San Diego’s recent wildfires, reports the Associated Press. Proceeds from her Oct. 30 concert in San Diego were donated to The San Diego Foundation’s fire relief fund. “When I heard about the devastation of the fires, at first I felt I should cancel my show out of respect. But then it occurred to me there might be a more useful solution,” the 38-year-old singer said in a recent statement. The Gwen Stefani After-the-Fires Scholarship will be open to college students and graduating high school seniors who lost their homes or their source of income in the October fires, which killed at least 10 people and destroyed more than 1,700 homes. The scholarship application deadline is Jan. 28.
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