Zendaya Releases Song Benefiting Convoy of Hope
Hollywood Records' Recording Artist Covers "All of Me"
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Hollywood Records’ Platinum-selling artist, Zendaya recently released a cover of John Legend’s “All of Me.” Zendaya joined Max and Kurt Schneider to record the song with a portion of the proceeds going to Convoy of Hope.
“My generation has the opportunity to change the world,” says Zendaya. “With Convoy of Hope, I’ve raised my voice and I’m using it to give hope to people around the world.”
Zendaya has been an advocate for Convoy of Hope since Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of New York and New Jersey in 2012, promoting disaster response efforts by the organization. The singer urged her fans to text a $10 donation to help with relief efforts.
Since then, Zendaya has offered her voice and influence to tell Convoy of Hope’s story to her millions of followers on social media. In 2013, Zendaya also encouraged fans to support Convoy of Hope after tornadoes ravaged Oklahoma and when Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines.
“We’re so grateful that Zendaya is using her platform to raise awareness for those in need all over the world,” says Hal Donaldson, president and co-founder of Convoy of Hope. “We look forward to continuing to partner with her in the future.”