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Bruno Mars to Help Provide Meals for 24K Hawaiians This Thanksgiving

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Bruno Mars speaks onstage during the 2018 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018 in Las Vegas.

Bruno Mars is ending his highly successful 24K Magic World Tour on a high note by announcing that he'll provide 24,000 meals to Hawaiian residents in need this Thanksgiving.

On Sunday night (Nov. 11), Mars will wrap his 200-date global tour at Aloha Stadium in his native Honolulu. The concert marks the final performance of his record-breaking three-night homecoming stand at the stadium. The new record surpasses U2 and Michael Jackson's previous two-night sellouts at the Honolulu stadium.

The 24,000 meals -- a nod to the title of his Grammy-winning 2016 album, 24K Magic -- will be provide aid to the Salvation Army - Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Division's 48th annual Thanksgiving Dinner meal program.

Each year, the Salvation Army provides a free Thanksgiving dinner to families across the state. The program is made possible through the support of more than 900 volunteers. To participate, click here.