Justin Bieber Helps Raise Funds to Rebuild Hometown Skate Park

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Justin Bieber is giving back to his hometown of Stratford, Ontario once again by helping to raise money to rebuild a local skateboarding park. Justin Bieber is giving back to his hometown of Stratford, Ontario once again by helping to raise money to rebuild a local skateboarding park.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 17-year-old has autographed a red 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0, donated by Hyundai dealership owner Frank Sandola. The car will be put up for auction on eBay beginning on January 20 for 10 days.

The money raised will help improve a 12-year-old local skateboard and BMX bike park in Stratford. As Beliebers know, Justin is an avid skateboarder.

This isn't the first time the pop star has given back to his hometown. Last year, the 'Mistletoe' singer donated $10,000 to Stratford House of Blessing, a local food bank where he and his mother went when they couldn't afford a meal.

Way to go, Justin!

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