Louis Tomlinson fans raise money to buy his album for fans who can’t afford it

Louis Tomlinson's debut solo doesn't even have a release date yet, but his charitable fans are already crowd funding.


Louis Tomlinson is quietly a very charitable guy. He’s contributed to Soccer Aid, Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, Believe in Magic, and many more organizations. At the beginning of this year, he donated the entire $10,000 fundraising goal for a 9-year-old fan‘s medical expenses. Just the other day, he promised Ross Owen on Twitter that he would sign a shirt in aid of local kids on the autism spectrum, including Ross’s own 5 year old son.

Now, his fans are spreading his message of charitable giving by coming together to crowd fund for Louis’s debut solo album. Spearheaded by the update account @LouisPromoSquad, these fans are aiming to raise £1,000 to purchase Louis’s album for other fans who can’t afford to buy it themselves.

The campaign’s description promises that “all proceeds will go towards buying albums for fans who can’t afford it themselves.” That’s some beautiful fan-to-fan love.

Louis’s album has no set release date as of yet, but it’s never too early to start crowd funding. To give a donation of any size, visit their GoFundMe page.

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