Mariska Hargitay's organization is just one of the groups Swift will donate to.

Making good on a promise she made after winning her countersuit against a former Denver DJ who allegedly groped her in 2013, Taylor Swift has donated to an organization for survivors of sexual assault. According to the Huffington Post, the singer made a "generous" pledge to actress Mariska Hargitay's Joyful Heart Foundation, which helps those victimized by sexual assault.
“Taylor is aware of the Joyful Heart Foundation and follows our work,” the organization's CEO, Maile Zambuto, told HuffPo. “Her team got in touch with me and we talked a lot about her commitment, all along throughout this ordeal, to wanting to be of service to survivors." HuffPo reportedly confirmed that the Joyful Heart donation is among the first organizations that will receive donations from Swift. Zambuto did not put a figure on the donation, but said it was "an extremely generous financial investment in the movement to end sexual violence."
The funds will go to help three of the foundation's main initiatives: healing programs, educational and advocacy work. Following a judge's ruling on Monday (Aug. 14) that former DJ David Mueller assaulted Swift by grabbing her backside during a backstage meet-and-greet, the singer said she would use the opportunity to help others.

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