Simon Cowell Might Not Leave His Big Fortune To His Son, But He Donates £50,000 To 4-Year-Old Boy For Cancer Treatment
October 15, 2018 18:24 By Fabiosa
Simon Cowell, British producer and reality television judge, seems to be haughty, though he is more than that due to his constant donations. Yet he is one of the prominent figures on television getting more than $95 million annually for his contributions and hard work.
Meanwhile, Cowell's earnings are not destined to be his son's. TV producer considers the inheritance as nonsense claiming that his son will not get his money and that legacy is more than just finances.
I’m going to leave my money to somebody. A charity, probably — kids and dogs. I don’t believe in passing on from one generation to another. Your legacy has to be that hopefully you gave enough people an opportunity, so that they could do well, and you gave them your time, taught them what you know.
Considerably life-saving donation
Several days ago, Simon Cowell recorded a video about a 4-year-old boy, Zac Oliver, who was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of childhood Leukemia (Near Haploid) in May 2018. Money hasn't been helpful so far, but it might change with Cowell's £50,000 donation.
Whatever you donate can make a difference.
Simon Cowell encourages everybody to take part in saving his life because only with various donations this little boy can be rescued. The chemotherapy did not help him in the UK, and only Philadelphia Children's hospital can guarantee success. Original price was more than 1 million US dollars, but it was reduced up to $625,000.
A little boy was acknowledged of Simon's donation and thanked him with a huge smile on his angelic face.
Worldwide support cannot be underestimated
Omg @SimonCowell to get your donation would of melted zacs family heart...the contribution is such a boost with all us in Telford and everywhere else that's raising and donating. #amazing #WearRedForZac thank you— bec (@BroadhurstBec) October 13, 2018
Thank you so much, Simon, for being so genuine, warm-hearted, and generous to everybody, especially to Zac Oliver in his hardship.