Enrique Iglesias
Enrique Iglesias attend the Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull Fall Tour announcement with J Balvin as support event at JW Marriott Marquis on April 23, 2014 in Miami, Florida. Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for AEG Live

It's been quite the year for Enrique Iglesias. Not only is he touring the world with his "Sex and Love" tour, but he also had reconstructive hand surgery due to a painful experience ending May, where he sliced his fingers after grabbing a drone during a show in Tijuana, Mexico. The incident has now inspired the Spanish pop singer to partner with the international non-governmental organization "Save the Children" and help kids dealing with all sorts of emergencies.

According to the organization, which was established in 1919 in United Kingdom and promotes children's rights, the 40-year-old crooner will sell white T-shirts with a red heart at its center ---reflecting Iglesias' bloody shirt the night of the drone attack.

"I'm extremely excited to partner with Save the Children to help kids who need it the most. My heart goes out to the kids around the world who have lived through a humanitarian crisis and have to rebuild their lives from scratch," Iglesias said in a statement. "We have to take care of those who need us most - children, especially those facing crises around the world," he added. "Save the Children" also expressed their excitement on social media. "We are proud to have teamed up with @EnriqueIglesias as the beneficiary of his brand-new “Heart” t-shirt. Look good and give back at the same time!," the organization wrote on Instagram.

Fans can help this wonderful cause by ordering their very own T-shirt on Enrique's official website. Each shirt costs $27.50 with at least $12 from each sale benefitting the "Save the Children" emergency fund, which provides relief and helps support children in developing countries.

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