As well as donating fast sums of his estimated $170 million fortune to charities such as the Terrence Higgins Trust and Macmillan Cancer Support, Dame Esther Rantzen, founder of UK charity Childline, also revealed that the ‘80s icon had given the royalties from his 1996 number one single Jesus To A Child to the charity.
A journalist also tweeted that she’s witnessed George hand over $8,500 to a barmaid after learning she was a student nurse who had large debts.
She also spoke about how George would often give free concerts to NHS staff.
Another person also came forward to reveal he often anonymously worked at homeless shelters.
In a statement to the press yesterday, George’s former manager Michael Lippman said that the star had died in bed as a result of suspected heart failure and there was 'no foul play whatsoever'. Police are treating the death as 'unexplained but not suspicious'.