Celebrities Support Giving Tuesday By Suggesting Some Worthy Charities Anyone Can Help
Everyone knows about Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but have you heard about the most important day of all? It's called Giving Tuesday and it's held on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving. The great cause is now in its fourth year of inspiring and encouraging others to give back to organizations and people in need. For example, there are a ton of celebrities supporting #GivingTuesday and showing how social media can be used for good.
Seeing as it is a charitable season and the holidays are a time to lend a helping hand, what better way to do just that than by taking part in a movement all about philanthropy? As mentioned above, there are many famous faces joining the cause by donating to and posting about a variety of charities across Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook that could use a little extra help from each and every one of us.
Helping out and giving back anyway you can is all that truly matters. However big or small, a donation can really make a difference for the charity and in someone's life. So, here are just a few worthy charities suggested by celebs that you probably should take a look at.
Help End Child Hunger
Take a note from Kristen Bell and donate to No Kid Hungry, an organization dedicated to ending child hunger in the United States.
Don't Forget About The Red Cross
As Kendall Jenner tweeted, the Red Cross is an important cause that can always use a little help.
Always Keep Fighting Mental Illness
Supernatural star Jared Padalecki's organization Always Keep Fighting helps raise awareness for mental illness. Plus, there is some really great apparel touting the cause.
Empower Young Girls' Education
Like Lea Michele, you too can inspire young girls to fight for their education through the Step Up foundation.
It's World AIDS Day, Too
Ashton Kutcher is celebrating both Giving Tuesday and World AIDS Day by supporting Red, an organization fighting AIDS.
Ladies, This One's For You
Both Olivia Wilde and Sarah Silverman want women to have access to reproductive health care, so if you want that too, check out the Lady Parts Justice League.
Captain America Needs Your Help
Chris Evans is asking everyone to help Christopher's Haven, a nonprofit providing housing for families whose children are receiving outpatient pediatric cancer treatments in Boston.
A Bunch More Worthy Causes
What are you waiting for? Get going and make this #GivingTuesday count.