Justin Bieber has reached a milestone in his work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
During his Saturday concert in Atlanta the pop star met with a terminally-ill eight-year-old girl, marking the 200th wish he's fulfilled during his years as a supporter of the charity.
Make-A-Wish gave him a special honor for becoming the first musician in their history to make 200 wishes come true. The foundation's president David Williams released a statement praising Justin for being "genuinely committed" to their cause "despite his relentless schedule."
@MakeAWish honored yesterday. one of the best moments ive ever had. thank u. looking forward to doing more together. thanks— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) August 11, 2013
For his 200th wish, he accepted a marriage proposal from an 8-year-old with a life-threatening liver condition - with a candy ring pop! Check it out below:
Meantime, the 19-year-old is encouraging his fanbase to be generous as well. On Tuesday, he posted a photo to Instagram of himself behind the wheel of his Ferrari giving money to a homeless woman, along with the caption "Always give back."