Enrique Iglesias teams up with Save the Children
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Enrique Iglesias teams up with Save the Children

Enrique Iglesias is giving a helping hand to children dealing with emergencies after slicing open his hand during a concert in Tijuana, Mexico.

Save the Children said Monday that Iglesias is working with the organization to sell white T-shirts with a red heart at its center — mirroring how Iglesias’ shirt looked after he cut his fingers while trying to grab a drone.

The 40-year-old sliced his fingers in Mexico in May, and ended up fracturing his hand. Video and photos posted online highlighted his bandaged hand and blooded T-shirt.

The T-shirts go on sale Tuesday on the singer’s website and cost $27.50. At least $12 from each sale will benefit Save the Children’s emergency fund.

“It’s a privilege to work with Save the Children and be able to help children most in need. My heart goes out to children who have lived through a humanitarian crisis and are reconstructing their lives after suffering an accident,” the singer commented in a release.