Jonas Brothers make donations of a few old coats and a 10,000 dollars check during their appearance on "Good Morning America."
Stopping by "Good Morning America" on Black Friday, November 28 to promote their new book, "Burning Up: On Tour with the Jonas Brothers", Jonas Brothers showed off their charitable side by donating a few old coats to the show's charity coat drive. Greater than that, the boys also handed a $10,000 check on behalf of their Change for the Children Foundation.
Having no days off during the week, Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas spent their Thanksgiving performing in front of a sell-out crowd at the Dallas Cowboys/Seattle Seahawks football game halftime show. They sang several of their hit songs, such as "Tonight", "Lovebug", and "Burning Up" during the event, which was also aimed to kick off the Salvation Army's Red Kettle Christmas Campaign that runs nationally through Christmas Eve on December 24.
As for this year's Thanksgiving, Joe has stated that he and his brothers "want to be, most of all, thankful for the fans." "This year, they've been always sticking around for us, always been there for us. The fans are the best. They've come to every concert. They've slept outside (of) venues. And we can't thank them enough," the middle of the Jonas Brothers explained.
Below is the video of Jonas Brothers' "Good Morning America" appearance.