Meek Mill, Jimmy Fallon lend help for Flint, Michigan water crisis

Donations of money and water are pouring into Flint, Michigan in response to the city's water crisis. (Video via WXYZ)

Celebrities are leading the way. Jimmy Fallon tweeted Sunday pledging to donate $10,000 and asked for 10 friends to match him.

Rappers Big Sean and Meek Mill also opened their wallets to donate. Big Sean reportedly gave $10,000 and Meek Mill pledged to give $50,000 toward clean water supplies. 

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Rock band Pearl Jam worked with partners to donate a total of $300,000 to the cause. Live Nation, William Morris Entertainment and Republic Records reportedly helped raise more than half of that.

But not everyone is doling out cash. Others are giving the gift of clean water.

More than 180,000 bottles of water were distributed in Flint thanks to actress and singer Cher.

The Detroit Lions also pitched in. Ezekiel Ansah and some of his teammates helped unload a donated 94,000 bottles of water. 

Anheuser-Busch is sending about 51,000 cans of water to the city. 

AQUAhydrate, a bottled water company owned in part by rapper and mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs and actor Mark Wahlberg is donating 5,000 cases to Flint residents. The company reportedly teamed up with rappers Eminem and Wiz Khalifa for the effort. "The company plans to provide water to Flint citizens until the issue is resolved," the company said in a statement

These donations will help, but the situation in Flint is still serious. For months, nearly 100,000 residents may have been exposed to elevated lead levels in the city's water. 

President Obama has declared a state of emergency, lawsuits have been filed and federal agencies are investigating who's at fault.

This video includes images from Getty Images.

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