Some famous people do not just want to win the holofontes and a river of money. Many prefer to use the attention they receive and their fat bank accounts to help those who need it.Actor Orlando Bloom, Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen and British actress Emma Watson are some of those who use some of their time to bring forth some of the discussions necessary for the good of others.
Orlando Bloom: The 38-year-old actor served as UNICEF ambassador and visited schools in Monrovia, the capital of Liberia, during the ebola epidemic last year.
Taylor Swift: She’s never giving anything to anyone! The singer has donated $ 4 million to the Country Music Hall of Fame, $ 150,000 for a tornado-stricken Alabama college and spent hours with children undergoing cancer treatment in New York.
Keira Knightley: The actress and model was so impressed by the situation that opened her eyes, a visit to a South Sudan conflict refugee camp that spoke to all the newspapers and magazines possible in England to ask for help from more than 1 , 5 million victims of the war.
Zooey Deschanel: The star of the comedy series ‘New Girl’ (2011-) donates more than £ 1,500 a month to some charity projects, such as the Innocence Project, which provides assistance to people unfairly convicted of crimes they did not commit, the Mercy for Animals and the campaign of actor Sean Penn, which funds the homeless in Haiti.
Prince William: When it can, the Duke of Cambridge visits and drinks coffee at a homeless association in London. Since 2005, he is the patron of the institution, which began visiting with his mother, Princess Diana of Wales.
Michelle Obama: The First Lady of the United States recently founded the Reach Higher Initiative, which encourages young Americans to pursue the dream of graduating from college. “Our youth need to know that no matter where you come from or how much money you have, you can graduate and build a better life,” he said.
Emma Watson: The actress, who was voted Feminist Celebrity of the Year, made a memorable speech at the launch of a UN gender equality campaign. “Men, I would like to use this opportunity to present the formal invitation to you. Gender equality is your problem as well, “she said in the statement.