Tony Hale is keeping one cause close to his heart.
ET caught up with the Veep star at the 2017 Golden Globes, where he highlighted the important work of the International Justice Mission, which advocates for human rights worldwide.
At this year's awards show, ET teamed up with Moet & Chandon for Toast for a Cause, where the champagne company donated $1,000 to each celebrity's charity of choice.
Hale, 46, was eager to shout out the work of the IJM.
"They fight human trafficking, abuse, and slavery against the poor and they're amazing, amazing," the 46-year-old actor shared, noting of Moet's contribution, "That was the best thing of the night."
"Tony has been an incredible friend to IJM and a tireless advocate for ending modern day slavery, human trafficking and violence against the poor," IJM spokeswoman Julie Kilcur told ET in a statement. "We are grateful to have him fighting for justice alongside us as we seek to bring freedom to the more than 45 million people who are living in slavery today."
Hale has been involved with the organization for several years, having spoken at an IJM benefit dinner and advocated on behalf of abuse and slavery victims in Washington, D.C. He also frequently promotes the cause on social media.
Horrific. It's time to fight for these children. Support @ijm #RestartFreedom ・・・ It’s time to shut down cybersex trafficking. “SuperMaarko” is LIVE on Facebook, and the best way to get involved today is by 1) clicking the link in our bio to watch it and 2) sharing it on Facebook. Here on Instagram, will you tag 3 friends who need to see this? -- Cybersex trafficking is one of the most devastating forms of slavery IJM has ever encountered. We want to hear your thoughts and responses to this story: how did it make you feel? -- Looking to do something more? Help fund a rescue or send an aftercare kit to a survivor. Starting 10p EST tonight, all gifts given through IJM’s Holiday Gift Catalog will be DOUBLED up to $150,000, but only until midnight tomorrow! This is the moment we #RestartFreedom for children in the Philippines.
IJM is the largest international anti-slavery organization, fighting slavery, human trafficking, and abuse of the poor in 17 communites around the globe.