This world has a clear division of status. While some people are starving in the streets, begging for food, there are others taking their private jet to Italy for some authentic pasta. It goes without saying that people that have more than they need, should want to help those that go without. These celebrities have gotten that memo and are doing their best to do their part.
George Michael was one of the most generous celebrities out there.
Unfortunately, because of his desire to remain anonymous, not many people knew about his willingness to help others until after his death. Michael was the biggest benefactor to the non-profit group, Project Angel Food, which prepares and delivers food to those that are terminally sick with HIV/AIDS and other diseases.
Adele wanted to give back to those that give so much.
She made a visit to the Grenfell Tower firefighters. When she arrived she had cakes in hand and sat down to have some tea with them. After joining them in a moment of silence, Adele visited the homes of local residents that were affected by the fire.
You probably know Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk, but there’s more to him than meets the eye.
Ruffalo is an extremely active supporter of clean energy and is known for his support of his campaign The Solutions Project, which is pushing to give 100% clean energy for everybody. Not only is he a member of Artists Against Fracking, but he’s working on a film about a massive oil spill. He also won The Humanitarian Award at the BAFTA Los Angeles Britannia Awards for his work with Water Defense.
Don Cheadle began advocating for human rights when he worked in the film “Hotel Rwanda.”
Ever since playing the role of a hotel manager during the Rwandan genocide, Cheadle has made it his mission to campaign for the end of the genocide in Darfur and Sudan. He also co-authored a book titled “Not on Our Watch: The Mission to End Genocide in Darfur and Beyond.” His activism earned him the BET Humanitarian Award. Cheadle also shared the Summit Peace Award by Nobel Peace Prize Laureates in Rome with George Clooney.
Matt Damon understands that clean water is essential to life.
So with Gary White by his side, they founded the non-profit organization Water.org. They provide small loans to families all over the world to provide them with clean water and sanitation. After launching a global campaign to raise awareness for water problems in developing countries, they teamed up with the beer company Stella Artois. Stella Artois donates a small percentage of their sales to help support Water.org.