Queen Bey has found yet another way to use her powers for good. The famous superstar has donated more than $82,000 to support those who have been affected by the Flint water crisis, with the help of Formation World Tour attendees

The donation was made to the United Way of Gennessee Country through Parkwood Entertainment, Beyoncé's entertainment and management company. A check for the exact amount of $82,234 was presented to the United Way at a Detroit high school by Ivy McGregor, Parkwood's director of philanthropy and corporate relations

That donation isn't where it ends! 14 Detroit high school students are going to receive funding from Beyoncé's company to help pay for their college education. These students were also surprised with tickets to the Formation World Tour's stop in Detroit

Beyoncé is no stranger to philanthrophy. The philanthropic arm of her brand, BeyGOOD inspires members of the Beyhive to get involved with the community. Hundreds of fans have worked with their local United Ways to volunteer across America

At her Detroit stop of the tour, she dedicated "Halo" to the victims of the Orlando shooting, and their families.

Is anybody else inspired by Queen Bey? Let us know in the comments!

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