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There are some celebrities who have been putting their money where their mouths are during this crisis, and it turns out Rihanna is one of those celebs. After giving $5 million to help fund food banks and provide protective personal equipment for healthcare workers just weeks ago, she's now giving millions more, this time to assist those experiencing domestic violence. 

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Rihanna is giving back again.

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In a time when cases of domestic violence are rising as people are stuck in the house, the singer and mogul has decided to do something about it. This comes after the Los Angeles Housing Authority issued its "Safer at Home" order in late March. The order has ultimately resulted in 90 people a week being turned away from domestic violence shelters due to capacity restrictions.

So along with Twitter's Jack Dorsey, she's created a grant.

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Along with the Twitter/Square CEO, Rihanna has announced the creation of a $4.2 million grant that will help those displaced by the Housing Authority's order. 

The two have already given back to the relief effort before this grant. Rihanna recently donated $5 million to relief, while Dorsey announced that he would donate $1 billion of his equity in Square toward COVID-19 relief.

It's all through the Clara Lionel Foundation, founded by Rihanna.

"We're joining forces with Twitter/Square CEO @Jack today by co-funding a $4.2 million grant to the #MayorsFundforLA to address the current crisis for domestic violence victims in Los Angeles as a result of the COVID-19 Safer at Home Order," the Clara Lionel Foundation posted on Instagram. "These funds will provide 10 weeks of support including shelter, meals and counseling for individuals and their children suffering from domestic violence at a time when shelters are full and incidents are on the rise."