Rihanna is giving some of her storm-slammed fans her warmth.
The sultry singer is donating 1,000 sleeping bags to the Daily News’ ongoing relief effort to bring comfort to Sandy survivors across New York City.
The Barbadian beauty is also hosting a listening party for her next album Friday at Jay-Z’s fabulous 40/40 Club in Manhattan — and the price of admission is an item to help out the victims.
We’re not talking bling here. Fans are being asked to bring badly needed basics, like diapers and wet wipes, coats and blankets, and lots and lots of home-cleaning supplies.
All those items will be packed into a News truck and delivered Saturday to sections of the city that are still recovering from the storm.
The “Rihanna & Friends” bash runs from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the 6 W. 25th St. club.
The News on Sunday dispatched its first relief truck to the ravaged Rockaways, where dozens of hungry and cold storm survivors received clean clothes and warm blankets.
Since then, The News has run trucks packed with food, clothing and other necessities to Coney Island and Staten Island.
On Wednesday, a News truck braved the nor’easter to help out the critters who were left homeless by the storm, ferrying hundreds of pounds of pet food collected by the Park Slope Parents group to Sean Casey Animal Rescue in the Kensington, Brooklyn.