Hollywood's biggest names know that it's good to give back. Check out some of the recent charity projects they've participated in!
Tim Tebow and Usher
The minor league baseball player and the singer ended the year by giving back to the New Orleans community on Dec. 31. Along with Tebow's fiancée, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, the pair joined the 2019 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team to refurbish athletic facilities at Einstein Charter School.
Garcelle Beauvais and Nick Cannon
The actors were happy to help out during the Christmas Celebration on Skid Row, held at the Los Angeles Mission on Dec. 23.
The "Thinkin Bout You" singer performed holiday carols for patients at Seattle Children's Hospital on Dec. 23, singing "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" and "Jingle Bell Rock." She also handed out toys and gifts to the kids and their families.
Emma Roberts, Ally Brooke and Hannah Zeile
The trio took part in the Feeding America and Para Los Niños' annual Felices Fiestas in Los Angeles on Dec. 14. The goal of the event was to celebrate the holidays while raising awareness around the issue of hunger.
Steph and Ayesha Curry
On Dec. 5, the couple's Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation, an organization improving the lives of kids and families in the Bay Area, announced its partnership with No Kid Hungry, a national campaign to end childhood hunger in America, that hopes to address childhood hunger in Oakland and all across the U.S. To kick off the partnership, Eat. Learn. Play. will match every donation made to No Kid Hungry to help provide up to 2.5 million meals.The ultimate goal is to raise 10 million meals for hungry kids by Dec. 31.
The Blue Bloods star helped Target celebrate 10 years of its Heroes & Helpers program in Edgewater, New Jersey, on Dec. 4. This holiday season, Target will host nearly 400 of these events at stores nationwide, pairing first responders with kids to buy holiday gifts for their families.
The Queer Eye star joined Pizza Hut and literacy partner First Book to announce the Literacy Project Fundraiser, which aims to increase access to culturally representative children’s books in communities across the country. Brown read his new book, I Am Perfectly Designed, to students at a Los Angeles elementary school as part of the effort.
Along with students from the rapper's Common Ground Foundation, the "Go" rapper launched the 13th Annual Burlington Coat Drive in Chicago. Coat donations can be made at any Burlington store nationwide through Jan. 20, 2020.
After a film about their work in Africa during the David Lynch Foundation's Women of Vision Awards Benefit Luncheon in New York City on Dec. 3, Parker's children were surprised with their own awards for their commitment to the continent through work with organizations like HopeNorth. The Weeds alum was honored during the event as well for her dedication to improving lives around the world.
In honor of Giving Tuesday, the "Don't Let Her" singer donated 100% of the proceeds of his packed Listening Room Cafe show in Nashville on Nov. 3 to HOPE International via his Be a Craig Fund. In total, Hayes' non-profit donated $10,000 to HOPE International, an organization investing in the dreams of families in the world’s underserved communities through service and loans that aim to restore dignity and break the cycle of poverty.
The rapper and his Leading by Example Foundation hosted an inaugural Thanksgiving dinner at the YMCA Wade Walker in Atlanta, Georgia, on Nov. 26. 21 Savage served over 300 families in his hometown, Dekalb County, alongside his mother, Heather, and additional family and friends. He took photographs with youth at the event and personally served hot meals like turkey and gravy, mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese.
Mike C. Manning
The Teen Wolf actor spoke at the A Night for Youth event, sponsored by the Lost In America Foundation and Las Vegas Sands, in Los Angeles on Nov. 16.
The Orange Is the New Black alum rode for four hours at Cycle for Survival's "All Extreme Ride" to beat rare cancers in New York City on Nov. 9 in memory of her father and inspired by his motto, "make a difference, have fun." Since 2007, Cycle for Survival has raised more than $222 million, with every dollar going to groundbreaking cancer research and clinical trials led by Memorial Sloan Kettering.
The GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter took time out from the Dave Koz and Friends Christmas Tour to visit with a patient, Daisy, at the Seacrest Studio at the Monroe Carell Children's Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee.
Vanessa Bayer and Kenan Thompson
Thompson presented his friend and fellow Saturday Night Live cast member with the Gilda Radner Award during the Gilda's Club NYC 24th Annual Gala at the Pierre Hotel in New York City on Nov. 7. The event raised over $850,000 to improve the lives of cancer patients.
On Nov. 7, along with his father, Luis Miranda Jr., and Google Arts & Culture, the actor announced a partnership with four Puerto Rican art institutions to launch one of the largest-scale art digitization projects on the island.
Patrick Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver
Shriver was joined by her kids at the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement and Equinox Fitness Clubs' Move for Minds event at Equinox Sports Club Los Angeles on Nov. 2. The annual event raises funds to support women-based Alzheimer’s research.
The Ozark star hit the stage at the Global Down Syndrome Foundation's Beautiful Be Yourself Fashion Show in Denver on Nov. 2. The event raised $2.5 million and featured 22 models with Down syndrome rocking the runway and Jamie Foxx in the DJ booth at a VIP after-party.
The Serenity star joined master distiller Eddie Russell and a group of volunteers to team up with Operation BBQ Relief to cook, prepare and deliver food to first responders battling the many fires in Southern California during Wild Turkey's With Thanks 2019 in Los Angeles on Nov. 1.
Tarek El Moussa
The Flip or Flop star helped kick off Movember at Culver City Fire Department Station 1 in Southern California. The annual month-long "Grow a Mo" event aims to raise funds and awareness for men's health, including helping fund over 1,250 projects focusing on prostate cancer, testicular cancer and suicide prevention.
Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten
The Dancing With the Stars partners treated patients at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles to a Halloween visit, distributing greeting cards and goody bags to some of the young kids being treated there. "Happy Halloween! I got the best treat hanging with all the cool kids at @childrensla today! ?," Brown wrote on Instagram after their visit.
Kyle MacLachlan and Ray Romano
The actors high-fived during the 20th Annual Emmys Golf Classic at the Wilshire Country Club in Los Angeles on Oct. 28, which raised over $300,000 for the Television Academy Foundation. Proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit the non-profit's educational programs.
Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt
The author animal advocate cut the ribbon at the Best Friends Animal Society's Strut Your Mutt event in Los Angeles on Oct. 26. The events, which run in cities across the country, help raise funds for local animal welfare organizations.
The "Flux" singer spoke at the 2019 One Young World global forum in London in mid-October, where 2,000 young leaders from more than 190 countries came together to work to accelerate social impact and address urgent global issues such as climate change, gender equality and refugees.
The Neighborhood star emceed the exclusive No Kid Hungry dinner in Los Angeles on Oct. 25, which aims to celebrate efforts to end childhood hunger in California and around the country.
David Arquette, Samantha Harris and Niles Fitch
The trio posed with the winners of the pumpkin-decorating contest during the Feeding America and the L.A. Regional Food Bank's Halloween celebration with the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Monica on Oct. 24. During the event, they also distributed fresh fruit and snacks to 100 children who participate in the club's after-school program.
Tom Hanks and Michelle Obama
The 63-year-old actor and the former first lady joined military caregiver Maggie Bristol and Elizabeth Dole on stage at the Elizabeth Dole Foundation's second annual Heroes and History Makers event in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 23. Hanks presented Obama with the inaugural Tom Hanks Caregiver Champion Award during the evening, which was emceed by Savannah Guthrie and included a special performance by the Post star's wife, Rita Wilson.
The Academy Award winner took to the stage for the Alzheimer's Association Fall Benefit on Oct. 22, performing "Hallelujah" and fan favorites from Dreamgirls, as well as her own hit songs. The event raised funds for critical Alzheimer’s care, support and research programs while also bringing awareness to a disease that affects more than five million Americans and more than 16 million caregivers.
The singer-philanthropist was joined by 180 students at Vista Charter Middle School in Los Angeles on Oct. 21 in filling 2,000 backpacks with weekend food kits to help underserved students in the L.A.-area. Derulo was working with the Just for You Foundation, which partnered with Vera Bradley, Blessings in a Backpack and Kids In Need for the day of giving back.
The Coldplay frontman sang his hits at the GVNG-hosted, star-studded fundraiser for Emmanuel Kelly's Virtuoso in Los Angeles on Oct. 19. The non-profit supports differently-abled artists like Kelly, aiming to provide educational and artistic grants and mentorship to minority groups. Snoop Dogg, Saint Motel and pianist Angelo Molino also performed, while celebs in attendance included Heidi Klum, Akon and Rashad Jennings.
Strike! The "Bad Guy" singer tested her hand at bowling backstage during the 7th Annual We Can Survive concert at Los Angeles' The Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 19. The evening at the iconic Los Angeles outdoor venue raised over $135,000 for the American Cancer Society and, in addition to Eilish, featured performances by Lizzo, Taylor Swift, the Jonas Brothers, Camila Cabello, Marshmello and Becky G.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex posed with award winner William Magee during the WellChild Awards at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London on Oct. 15.
The Orange Is the New Black star helped LIFEWTR and local artists surprise the senior class of Los Angeles' John F. Kennedy High School on Oct. 16 with a creative spin on their senior portraits. They also unveiled the brand’s latest beautification project, a 30-foot-long mural at the school.
The "Boomerang" singer was sparkly and patriotic ahead of her performance at the T.J. Martell Foundation's 10th Annual LA Family Day at the Grove on Oct. 6. Josh Server of All That hosted the event, which raised money for the foundation's cancer research programs at Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Tegan Marie and Bonnie Hunt
The trio donned their finest '80s gear for the Dance Party to End ALZ in Nashville on Sept. 29, which included performances by Brad Paisley, Sheryl Crow, Chris Daughtry, Hunter Hayes, Charles Esten and REO Speedwagon and raised nearly $350,000 for the Alzheimer's Association.
Gavin DeGraw and Adam Sandler
The "Not Over You" singer and the Murder Mystery star bonded at the 10th Anniversary Thirst Gala, presented by the Thirst Project, in Beverly Hills on Sept. 28. The theme of the night was a celebration of life and paying it forward, with DeGraw performing and Sandler teaming up with Bryce Dallas Howard to discuss the power of young people to affect change and present the Power of Youth Award to this year's winner, high school student Diana Baliscao.
The magician owns a resort in the Bahamas called Musha Cay, and he's been hands on in the relief effort on the islands ever since Hurricane Dorian hit in late August, partnering with the All Hands and Heart organization and even personally providing supplies in the region and helping to prepare meals for those who've suffered major loss after the natural disaster. Copperfield took to Instagram on Sept. 23 to share some of the work that's been going on in the Caribbean, which has also included help from Chef Jose Andres. "Truly humbled by the work of this man & his team @chefjoseandres @wckitchen ????? ," Copperfield shared. "In times like these we need to unite, spread the love, and care by doing what we can one gesture at a time. It was a great experience working with the #WorldCentralKitchen last week. I’m looking forward to continuing our relief effort for the Bahamas with them & @allhandsandhearts Jose Andres & his team have served over 280,000 meals in the Bahamas & continue to support communities in Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Tijuana, etc. My heart is full ❤️ thank you, Jose."
The Euphoria star teamed up with Yoobi to surprise a group of 450 students at Global Family Elementary -- which is located in the same Oakland, California, school distict that her mom worked in -- on Sept. 19. For every item the company sells, they will donate one school supply item to a child in need in the United States.
Alexina Graham, Josephine Skriver and Martha Hunt
The Victoria’s Secret Angels hosted a Cycle to End Cancer sesh at Flywheel Sports in New York City on Sept. 18, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to Pelotonia to support the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center's Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and the Richard J. Solove Research Institute. Additionally, the L Brands Foundation matched 100 percent of all donations for the Victoria’s Secret Angel cycle.
The fashion designer posed with a few young blood cancer survivors as he teamed up with Burlington and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to put on a fall wardrobe shopping spree, which also doubled as a fundraiser for LLS, in New York City on Sept. 17.
Ireland Baldwin and Karrueche Tran
The Claws star hosted Smile Train's 2nd Annual World Smile Day Pool Party at the Skybar pool at the Mondrian Los Angeles Hotel on Sept. 15, where Baldwin and Regina King's son, Ian Desdune (AKA DJ Buttercreem), both performed. Smile Train is the world's largest cleft charity, and guests at the party included Vanderpump Rules' Lala Kent and Katie Maloney, FROWN Clothing co-founder and reality star Joe Amabile, and Bachelor Nation member Kendall Long.
Jimmy Kimmel and Molly McNearney
The hilarious couple stepped out to support LA Loves Alex's Lemonade pediatric cancer food and wine fundraiser at UCLA's Royce Plaza on Sept. 14.
The Vampire Diaries alumna hosted Mercy for Animals' 20th Anniversary Hidden Heroes Gala in Los Angeles on Sept. 14. Nominee Joaquin Phoenix, a longtime supporter of the non-profit Animal Rights Charity, was in attendance, as was Kat Von D, Moby, Kevin Smith, Nev Schulman and Graham's former co-star, Paul Wesley, and his wife, Ines de Ramon.
The Dancing With the Stars pro and cancer survivor busted some dance moves and posed for photos at the Tower Cancer Research Foundation's 6th Annual Ante Up for a Cancer-Free Generation Celebrity Poker Tournament and Game Night, which he is a co-chair for, at the Sofitel Los Angeles on Sept. 7.
Lauren Alaina and Bailee Madison
Giving back... pack! The Dancing With the Stars contestant and the Good Witch star bonded in their first meeting ever at the Vera Bradley x Blessings in a Backpack event, where they handed out backpacks to kids during a school carnival in Nashville on Aug. 28.
To commemorate Americares' 40th anniversary, the Orange Is the New Black star took a volunteer service trip to the Dominican Republic with the non-profit in August. While on the island, the Dominican-American actress learned about the challenges of providing care in an under-resourced public health facility, distributed hygiene kits for those in need and performed tracks from her new album, which will include a song dedicated to the city of Santiago.
In mid-August, the Scandal alum traveled to Puerto Rico with Americares, a health-focused relief and development organization he's supported for nearly two decades, to see how their Hurricane Maria recovery work is going. Goldwyn toured the Salud Integral en la Montaña in Narajito, speaking with health care providers there and also visiting the hard-hit community. Since the 2017 storm, Americares has delivered $40 million in aid to PR.
Nicole Richie, Zooey Deschanel and Busy Philipps
The actresses came together to help Baby2Baby distribute backpacks to students at 107th Street Elementary in Los Angeles' Watts neighborhood on Aug. 20. The non-profit will be donating one million backpacks across Southern California to help reduce stress on low-income families with kids heading back to school.
The Saturday Night Live cast member couldn't get enough of the baby kittens at the Best Friends Animal Society's Lifesaving Center in Mission Hills, California. She even helped feed some of the precious felines during her visit on Aug. 16. Villaseñor previously adopted her dog, Penny, from Best Friends.
The Bachelor Nation hunk tossed pizza dough for local kids at Brooklyn’s Industry City on Aug. 8. Cameron and his ABC Food Tours co-founder, Matt James, met with local Sunset Park kids to show them the ins and the outs of the food biz, taking them to Taco Mix, Table 87 and Li-Lac Chocolates.
In conjunction with his Leading by Example Foundation, the GRAMMY-nominated rapper hosted the fourth annual Issa Back 2 School Drive in his hometown of Atlanta on Aug. 5. With help from New Era and Puma, Savage gifted over 2,300 backpacks stuffed with uniforms, school supplies and sneakers to his community in Decatur, plus volunteers and sponsors helped provide kids with free haircuts, hairstyles and health screenings.
The Hispanic radio legend was flanked by kid entrpreneurs Brandon and Sebastian Martinez, who are 13 and 11, respectively. Santos will be producing the Martinez siblings' podcast, Are You Kidding, which aims to inspire other kids to find creative ways to give back and benfit Stand Up to Cancer.
The "Love You Anymore" singer met the young people and staff from New York’s Hetrick-Martin Institute, the nation’s oldest and largest LGBTQ youth-serving agency, before his second sold-out show at Madison Square Garden in New York City in mid-July. "I so respect the great work HMI does for the underserved LGBTQ kids," Bublé, a longtime supporter of the program, said.
The Bachelor star gave a young St. Jude patient named Quincy a high-five during the 2019 Danny Thomas Celebrity-Am golf tournament for St. Jude Children's Hospital, which took place at Spring Creek Ranch in Collierville, Tennessee, on July 24.
The former Nickelodeon star performed at Pepperdine University in Malibu on July 20 for the Thirst Project's inaugual three-day Legacy Summit, which celebrated the impact of student and teacher leaders around the country. The non-profit is the world's largest youth-led water activism organization and have raised over $10 million over the last 10 years to provide safe, clean and drinkable water to nearly 400,000 people around the globe.
The Mean Girls star had a ton of fun helping his fellow celeb pals of Feeding America volunteer with the Santa Monica Boys and Girls Club to raise awareness around summer hunger during a volunteer event in Culver City, California, on July 17.
The Dude gives back! Bridges, the national spokesperson for No Kid Hungry, teamed up with the non-profit to surprise kids in Santa Barbara, California, with summer meals during a fun concert at the Westside Boys & Girls Club on July 11.
The Queer Eye guy lent his fashion knowledge to a good cause! France donated a suit to the Highland Drive Men’s Wearhouse store in Salt Lake City, Utah, as part of the company's 12th Annual Suit Drive, which benefits Americans transitioning back into the workforce.
Portugal. The Man
The GRAMMY-winning band and Alaska natives performed at a rally to override the governor's threats to veto funding for programs like early childhood education, mental health resources, funding for the arts, Medicaid and programs for homeless Alaskans at the Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage on July 9.
Smokey Robinson spent the day touring St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on July 2. He taught adorable St. Jude patients a Temptations song as part of the Music Gives to St. Jude Kids initiative. “It means the world to me to be able to spend time with these amazing kids and experience the joy that music brings to their faces,” Robinson said. “There is magic in song and the ability to harness that magic to help heal your mind and body is truly a gift."
Jillian Michaels recently visited refugees in the Democratic Republic of the Congo with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. Michaels became involved with UNHCR because of her desire to shed light on the plight of the men, women and children forced to flee from violence and conflict. On July 1, she kicked off a fitness challenge to raise awareness about the global refugee crisis. To join Michaels on her journey, go to stepwithjillian.org
Chip & Joanna Gaines
Fixer Upper duo Chip and Joanna Gaines visited St. Jude's Children's Hospital on June 19 in partnership with Target. The Gaines family and Target hosted a garden-themed party for St. Jude patients. At the end of their visit, they presented the hospital with a check for $1.5 million from the social media fundraising campaign called #chipinchallenge and revealed a brand new playhouse for patients designed by the couple themselves.
The TV personality hosted a successful mentoring program for over 200 young men at the Boys Mentoring Camp and the Single Mother's Enrichment Summit in Georgia from June 12 to the 16.
The comedian performed at the Humane Society of the United States Stand Up for Animals Comedy Show, hosted by Carol Leifer, at Avalon in Los Angeles on June 19.
Our hearts! They've melted! On June 19, Sir Patrick Stewart visited Wags and Walks, an adoption center in Los Angeles that has rescued more than 4,500 dogs since its inception in 2011. "One week old. Zoom in," the Star Trek star wrote of the very adorable puppy in his hands. "@wagsandwalks to the rescue. Thank you for having us by for a visit."
The country music star's global charity initiative, Team Music Is Love, hosted a food drive in partnership with One Gen Away and book, diaper and essentials giveaways with The Word Wagon and the Nashville Diaper Bank in the Nashville Fairground neighborhood on June 7.
The Speechless star hosted Dress for Success' 7th Annual Empower Breakfast at the Taglyan Cultural Complex in Los Angeles on June 13, an event that raised over $66,000 for the non-profit.
Paul Rudd and Selena Gomez
Rudd helps put on the Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City every year, and 2019 was no exception! The fun three-day event included a bowling match, visits to patients at Children's Mercy Hospital and a softball match, which is where the Avengers: Endgame star posed for a pic with his former co-star on June 7. The outings were a resounding success, as Big Slick raised a record $2.5 million for pediatric cancer research at Children's Mercy.
Jenifer Lewis and Taraji P. Henson
The Empire star cheered on speakers during the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation's inaugural "Can We Talk" Benefit Dinner in Washington, D.C., on June 7. Lewis was honored with the first-ever "I Rise" Award during the evening, which Henson hosted, for her philanthropic efforts in erasing the stigma around mental illness. Henson founded the non-profit in 2018 in honor of her father, who suffered with mental health challenges stemming from a tour of duty during the Vietnam War; BLHF works to change the perception of mental illness within the African-American community.
Bev and Miranda Lambert and Dan and Abby Smyers
The "Vice" singer enlisted her mom as well as the Dan + Shay singer and his wife for a doggone good time, with Lambert leading a mile-long MuttNation Mutt March from Nissan Stadium to the Walk of Fame Park in Nashville on June 6. "To the uninitiated, it probably sounded like dogs barking. But to me, knowing the pure joy that comes with owning a rescue dog -- or eight -- it was music to my ears,” the 35-year-old country crooner said of the walk. Additionally, over three days during the 2019 CMA Fest, 61 dogs were adopted, which truly made the 10th anniversary of the MuttNation Foundation, which the Lamberts founded in 2009, special.
On May 29, the Lord of the Rings actor learned from traditional dancers at the office of the Youth Association in Coalizao during his four-day trip to Mozambique. The UNICEF ambassador visited the country to help aid workers support families in the country, where 1.1 million children remain in urgent need of humanitarian assistance following the devastation of tropical cyclones Idai and Kenneth.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas
In mid-May, the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador visited Ethiopia to meet refugee children who have fled their countries due to conflict and humanitarian crises. Chopra Jonas met children and young people living in the Bambasi, Hitsats and Adi-Harush camps, where more than 70,000 refugees largely from Sudan and Eritrea currently reside. "Children uprooted from their homes by war and disaster endure the most disruption to their lives,” the Quantico alum said. “They miss out on education, healthcare and stability, which makes them extremely vulnerable to violence, abuse or exploitation.” The recently married actress hoped to bring some light and love to Ethiopia during her visit, where in total there are 900,000 refugees, making it the second-largest refugee population in Africa while encouraging education. To that end, UNICEF is supporting the government in training teachers, supplying books and building schools so young people can go to school, regardless of their migration status.
The Shameless actor proudly walked Optune Patient Ambassador Jennifer Riston down the runway during the Creative Coalition's 2019 #RightToBearArts Gala in Washington, D.C., on May 9.
Shanola Hampton, JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Leighton Meester, Malin Åkerman, Jennie Garth and Luca Bella Facinelli
Garth's daughter joined her mom and four more actresses for a special Mother's Day volunteering stint at the Feeding America and Los Angeles Regional Food Bank in L.A. on May 7.
The father of three was positively giddy while performing at the inaugural Rhonda's Kiss Good Fortune Gala, an evening raising funds for cancer patients in need, at TAO Los Angeles, on May 6. The non-profit focuses on helping cover non-medical expenses associated with cancer, giving financial assistance for the costs associated with the disease.
The model mom of two has teamed with Save the Rhino Trust Namibia to raise awareness for rhino conversation. She visited the African country in May to launch a global campaign, where she learned more about the importance of protecting the critically endangered black rhino and preserve their population.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
The Modern Family star got his grub on at the Girl & the Goat in Chicago on May 4, where the Alzheimer's Association was holding a VIP dinner in partnership with Chef Stephanie Izard to launch their new awareness platform, Around the Table.
In April, the Avengers: Endgame actress spent the day with patients and their families at St. Jude's Research Hospital. Olsen also took part in the hospital's video series, "Inspired Questions," where she talked about her hobbies, most challening on-screen role and why she is so moved by the work being done at St. Jude.
Through his first "Be a Craig Fund" giveaway, the country music singer provided a hard-working woman named Marquita with a brand new car after she was nominated by a co-worker for the designation. Hayes and his wife went through every submission themselves, picking Marquita to be gifted the vehicle, which he presented to her at his tour stop in Sacramento, California, on April 30.
The English singer performed at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort in Fiji on April 26 as part of her Joss Stone Foundation charity initiative to play in every country in the world. For this particular concert, part of the proceeds were donated to the non-profit marine conservation and education organization created by Cousteau, Ocean Futures Society. Stone's goal is to support over 200 charities located across the globe.
Michael B. Jordan
The Creed II star presented awards during L.A. Family Housing's 20th Annual Awards Gala and Fundraiser at The Lot in West Hollywood on April 25. The event, which included more than 800 entratinment industry leaders, government partners, philanthropists and supporters, raised nearly $2 million to help stop the cycle of homelessness for children and adults in Los Angeles.
The Peppermint star hosted Baby2Baby's Mother's Day Celebration at Casita in Hollywood on April 24, where she danced with the kids in attendance, decorated cupcakes and made crafts. Shutterfly, who hosted the playdate, announced they would be donating $500,000 to the non-profit, which helps distribute items that will make a positive impact on hundreds of thousands of children living in poverty across the country.
The GRAMMY winner gave back to his community for Easter, serving food to the homeless with the Los Angeles Mission on April 19.
The "New Rules" singer supported UNICEF with a visit to Lebanon's Bekaa Valley on June 15, where she met children and young adults who've been uprooted by the eight-year conflict in Syria.
Neil Patrick Harris
The How I Met Your Mother alum was the host with the most at the Rethink Food NYC benefit at Eleven Madison Park on April 10. The gala raised nearly half a million dollars, which will benefit hungry New Yorkers.
The New Amsterdam star handed out fruit with nutritionist Ellie Krieger while volunteering with Feeding America and City Harvest at the Dyckman Housing Complex in New York City on April 10.
The How to Get Away With Murder star attended the first-ever West Los Angeles Walk for Kids, which supported the opening of a new Ronald McDonald Family Room at UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital, on April 7.
Paul Rudd, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Brie Larson, Chris Hemsworth and Jeremy Renner
The Avengers: Endgame castmates made the day of some very lucky young fans at Avengers Universe Unites at Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim, California, on April 5. The charity event celebrated the donation of over $5 million in cash and toys to non-profits supporting children with critical illnesses.
Kitten love! The Shameless alum made an adorable new furry friend at the Best Friends Animal Society's Benefit to Save Them All at Guastavino's in New York City on April 2.
Gettin' messy for a good cause! King painted her own pair of Miron Crosby x Rialto Jean Project boots at the "Splattered with Love Shorty" launch event at Montage Beverly Hills on March 28. Full proceeds from the line benefit the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
Morgan gave his daughter, Maven, a big kiss on the cheek as he and wife Megan Wollover sorted through apples at The Last O.G. Season Two Garden Party for Good at the Hattie Carthan Community Garden in Brooklyn, New York, on March 28.
The Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman and his wife, Kourtney, visited the Children's Hospital Los Angeles on March 26 for an unveiling of a spotlight that featured their names and the Justin Turner Foundation.
The Academy Award winner and retired NBA champion invited students from local NYC schools to an NBA Store event celebrating the release of his new Young Adult novel, The Wizenard Series: Training Camp, on March 19. During the event, Bryant spoke to the kids about the themes of mental stamina and emotional clarity contained within the book, and was joined by basketball Hall of Famer Tiny Archibald, who also gave guidance to young athletes.
The Kevin (Probably) Saves the World actor joined Lorien Haynes onstage for a reading of the play Everything I Ever Wanted to Tell My Daughter About Men at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills on March 12. The event was part of a Rise fundraiser to benefit sexual assault survivors.
Wilmer Valderrama, America Ferrera and Gina Rodriguez
Along with Eva Longoria, Kerry Washington, Roselyn Sanchez and Ryan Piers Williams, the actors met with children and families seeking asylum in the United States at the Espacio Migrante shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, on March 9. The group traveled just outside the U.S.-Mexico border crossing with Families Belong Together as part of ongoing activism efforts with Harness, the organization co-founded by Ferrera, Williams and Valderrama to engage artists in social change.
The Roswell, New Mexico star helped the Tourism Authority of Thailand continue their mission to spread smiles, visiting the Mae Hong Son province in northern Thailand to support an Operation Smile medical mission, chatting with patients and doctors and playing games with some of the kids during his visit.
The I Am the Night star was enamored by his new friends, Elliott and Kairi, as they were of him as the actor helped kick off Children's Hospital Los Angeles' 4th Annual Make March Matter campaign on March 4. Over 100 businesses rally community participation to help raise $1 million throughout the month to help support children's health in the Los Angeles area.
The American Horror Story actress pedaled away for a good cause on March 2, riding alongside rare cancer survivors, patients, caregivers, doctors and supporters at a Cycle for Survival event at Equinox Sports Club West LA to raise money for groundbreaking research led by the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
The Avengers: Infinity War star attended the Keep It Clean Live Comedy to Benefit Waterkeeper Alliance in Los Angeles on Feb. 21. The event supported the organization's efforts in protecting clean water in the U.S.
The Riverdale star was all smiles as he got to cuddle with adorable canine companions while volunteering with the ASPCA at the Annenberg PetSpace in Playa Vista, California, on Feb. 17.
The New England Patriots star showed off his dance moves during a fun lip sync battle while paying a visit to a group of young patients at the Boston Children's Hospital on Feb. 13.
The musician, activist and philanthropist performed alongside Jazzy Amra at the VH1 Save The Music Foundation Toyota Giving Assembly at Philadelphia High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Feb. 13.
Freddie Highmore and Lisa Edelstein
The Good Doctor co-stars were all smiles as they posed for photos ahead of the Mystery of the Heart gala, featuring world-renowned Israeli mentalist Lior Suchard, at UCLA's Royce Hall on Feb. 9. The star-studded fundraiser event benefited and was hosted by the humanitarian organization Save a Child's Heart (SACH), which specializes in pediatric cardiac care in developing nations around the globe.
'Chicago Fire' Cast
The co-stars banded together for a different kind of ride along, biking in a Cycle for Survival event in Chicago, Illinois, in early February.
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part star shared an emotional message following his day visiting with young patients at the Ronald McDonald House New York on Feb. 5. "Hug your babies. I had the chance to meet some awesome kids today. I am so blessed," he wrote on Instagram. "Thank you to @rmhnewyork for the extraordinary work you do with children. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to share in their light. My heart is full. Thanks to Lego for sending over a crate of toys for these little ones to enjoy. Hug your babies. ♥️?."
Sigue siendo, mi corazón! The Colombian heartthrob had a laugh while visiting patients in the pediatric wing of the Miami Cancer Institute on Feb. 4, even letting them cut his hair in a show of support during World Cancer Day.
The Scandal alum traveled to Rwanda in early February with the international anti-poverty humanitarian organization, CARE, seeing firsthand the projects and programs the non-profit has implemented to empower women and girls. One of the groups she met with was a group of students in the Safe School for Girls program, which aims to reduce drop-outs and improve graduation rates for all genders.
The country crooner hit the stage at the 2nd Annual UNICEF Gala 2019 at the Ritz-Carlton in Dallas, Texas, on Feb. 1. During the event, Paisley and his wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, were honored with the Global Philanthropist Award for their work with children both domestically and abroad.
The newlywed belted out a heartfelt rendition of "Two Drink Minimum" to honor Chris Cornell at a tribute benefit for the late singer at The Forum in Los Angeles on Jan. 16. I Am the Highway, which also featured performances by heavyweights like the Foo Fighters, Metallica, Ryan Adams, Adam Levine and Chris Stapleton, raised over $1 million for the Chris and Vicky Cornell Foundation and the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation.
The actor joined his famous peers for a charity softball game to benefit California Strong at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, on Jan. 13.
The Pretty Little Liars alum kicked off the new year by promoting her charity campaign with Honey Nut Cheerios, which will help win $100K for ASPCA.