Charlie Sheen donates $25,000 to Philippine typhoon relief efforts

Charlie Sheen has reportedly donated $25,000 (£15,425) to help the victims of the deadly typhoon which battered the Philippines earlier this month (Nov13). According to, the former Two and a Half Men actor has donated $25,000 (£15,425) to the People’s Recovery Empowerment Development Assistance (PREDA) Foundation, an organisation based in the Asian country that is working to help those who were affected by Typhoon Haiyan, which left over 5,200 people dead and thousands more homeless.
The money given by the actor will help find children who went missing during the typhoon, as well as provide food for shelters.
This is Sheen’s second act of charity this month (Nov13), he recently contributed $10,000 (£6,667) to The Walk To End Epilepsy charity, which aids children living with the disease.