Bella is a charity that provides educational grants for disadvantaged students.
It has been criticised by critics for its lavish use of funds, which include a $3.5 million donation to a group that allegedly has links to the US military.
We asked Bella’s CEO, Matt Miller, if he would be interested in getting into the charity.
He responded with a tweet that read: “I’ll be looking to help those with special needs through the foundation.”
But while Bella has a good reputation for supporting children, Miller said the charity’s main focus is on improving education in rural communities.
“We are a nonprofit and we are a community organization.
We don’t have a particular mission.
We do things that we believe in,” he told IGN.
“The main thing we do is to help people.”
He added: “If we have a child who needs a tutoring or learning aid, we’re here to support them and we support them financially.
We have a strong mission to help children and families.”
Miller said Bella plans to donate $10 million to the foundation each year.
He explained that the $2 million raised for this year’s grant would be used to build a new centre that would help more disadvantaged children.
“For every child in this country that receives a grant from Bella, we have about two that need to be supported financially,” he said.
“That’s the core mission of Bella.”