Michael's most concentrated efforts were focused on the Childline charity, a counseling service that helps kids deal with all sorts of s****y life events like abuse, bullying, and mental illness. He even donated the royalties from his 1996 hit "Jesus To A Child" to the organization, which we guess was a better song choice than "I Want Your Sex." These frequent donations came with the condition that they keep his contributions anonymous. Though he could have also asked for them to be credited to Andrew Ridgeley, which is the same thing.
The Terrence Higgins Trust for HIV victims and Macmillan Cancer Support were also supported by Michael. He was also the greatest benefactor of Project Angel Food -- which delivers meals to people living with critical conditions -- freely offering them his time, his money, and his mustache.
The other volunteers were shocked to learn the true identity of their co-worker "Michael George."
And that's not counting all the miscellaneous acts of generosity he displayed toward completely random strangers, from barmaids to people he saw on TV. At this point, we're thinking that his anonymity was half humility, half self-preservation -- if the world had known how generous he was in addition to being George Michael, he would have fatally drowned in ass long ago.