Taylor Swift will share the stage with the Black Eyed Peas on Thursday for their Robin Hood charity concert in New York City's Central Park.

"We are thrilled to have Taylor on board to benefit two very important causes," Fergie said in a statement. "Not only will she will be an amazing addition to our lineup, she is an incredible inspiration to people of all ages and her music gives a voice to those who feel left behind."

The Concert 4 NYC is just the latest of the 21-year-old country star's charitable efforts. She recently turned a tour dress rehearsal into a benefit concert, raising $75,000 for victims of the Midwest tornadoes. In 2010, the beneficent singer donated $500,000 of her own money to help those affected by the destructive floods in Nashville.

The Concert 4 NYC, which will help battle poverty in New York City, will also feature performances by Natasha Bedingfield, MC Hammer, Debbie Harry, LL Cool J and Carole King. Zach Braff, Whoopi Goldberg and Jimmy Smits will also be on hand at the star-studded event.

Tickets are currently sold out, but fans can donate $25 for a chance to win two VIP tickets to the show, as well as access to an exclusive VIP party in the park. For more information, visit RobinHood.org.

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