13 Celebs We Had No Idea Were Doing So Much Good In The World

13 Celebs We Had No Idea Were Doing So Much Good In The World

As humans, we are constantly trying to find ways to improve ourselves and make the world a better place. Whether it's making small choices in our everyday lives or dedicating ourselves to a larger cause, we all want to do good in the world. But what does that really mean? And how can we make sure that we're living our lives in the most fulfilling way possible?

We all know celebrities make a lot of money. Some people might think that with all that wealth, they wouldn't care about anything else in the world. But some celebrities are actually using their fame for good and making a big impact on the planet. It's always nice to see celebrities doing good in the world. Whether they're raising money for a good cause or just lending their voice to a worthy issue, celebs are making a difference.

Here are some of our favorite examples from the past year.

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Arnold Schwarzenegger gave homeless veterans 25 homes. Не made a donation of $250,000 to Village for Vets, which allowed the organization to put up 25 shelters that allowed those vets to stop sleeping in tent encampments. CRACKED.COM


Leo DiCaprio

Leo DiCaprio's organization donated $3 million to fight Australian wildfires. Earth Alliance, the organization in question, said that all donations went to support for the communities affected by the fires, efforts to fight the fires, and attempts to rescue wildlife. CRACKED.COM


Chrissy Teigen and John Legend

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend donated cash on behalf of USA gymnasts. They gave $200,000 to the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund in 2018 - and that was done on behalf of, as they said, the Heroic gymnasts of the USA Gymnastics Team. CRACKED.COM


Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars made a major contribution to fighting the Flint water crisis. As he said in a Michigan concert, he gave $1 million to victims of the crisis. CRACKED.COM


Mark Wahlberg

Marky Mark donated all the cash from a movie reshoot for a social cause. The movie was All the Money in the World, and Mark Wahlberg gave it all to the Time's Up movement. His co-star Michelle Williams said the move was incredible. CRACKED.COM


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