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“Heroes” star Hayden Panettiere wants to save the whales again. The TV cheerleader is encouraging everyone to bid on her items on eBay in an effort to save her cetacean friends.
The 18-year-old actress is helping her favorite charity, Save the Whales Again, by auctioning some of her items on eBay from May 20 to 30.
George Clooney and BRAD PITT’s Not On Our Watch charity is to donate $500,000 (£250,000) to victims of Tropical Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar.The celebrity charity gurus will give $250,000 (£125,000) to Save the Children and an equal amount to the ongoing relief effort in Southeast Asia.The disaster has left thousands dead and more than a
LOS ANGELES (AP) - For the second year in a row, The Edge is putting his money where the music is. The U2 guitarist announced Wednesday he will donate two Gibson guitars and other items from his personal collection to the ”Icons of Music” auction benefiting Music Rising, a charity The Edge co-founded to replace musical equipment lost or destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
Gwyneth Paltrow has generously donated $75,000 of her own money to the Food Bank of New York City.
OK! magazine reports that the “Shakespeare in Love” star has shelled out the money to match the sum raised at the star-studded benefit bash. She was an honoree at the event held on April 19.
Barbara Streisand has stunned staff at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center by donating $5 million to a new health program.
The singer has launched the Barbra Streisand Women’s Cardiovascular Research and Education Program, which will fund research and education at the famous hospital.
Streisand says, “Women need to be educated about female cardiovascular disease, and the medical community must be propelled toward change. Just like with breast cancer, the impetus must come from women themselves, striving to become empowered to reduce their risks for heart disease.”
Brad Pitt isn’t the only philanthropist in the family. The A-List star’s only brother Doug shares Pitt’s commitment to helping the less fortunate.
Doug has announced the creation of Care To Learn Fund program, which aims to meet the immediate needs of students enrolled in Springfield Public Schools, including health, hunger, and hygiene. Both brothers had spent their early years in Springfield.