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See How Stars Are Making a Difference This #GivingTuesday


See How Stars Are Making a Difference This #GivingTuesday

Today’s a day dedicated entirely toward giving to others, and our fave celebs are stepping up!

After all the shopping craziness of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it can be hard to remember how generous and thankful we were all feeling just last week on Thanksgiving. But today is Giving Tuesday, which is the perfect chance to remind us all that giving is more important than receiving.

Tons of our favorite celebs found inspiring and meaningful ways to give back to their community this year. With actions big and small, they are also proving just how many ways there are out there to make a difference. Check out their stories below.

Bailee Madison and Alex Lange supported the Starlight Organization, which brings joy to hospitalized kids – and a host of other causes.

Lucy Hale raised awareness for Smile Train, an organization that helps kids with cleft palates.

Joshua Rush spent the day reading to elementary school students.

This Giving Tuesday, super fan Diego was able to visit the “Stuck in the Middle” set through the Make a Wish foundation.

Kelsea Ballerini helped raise funds for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

Miley Cyrus raised awareness for animal rights and pet adoption.

Demi Lovato continued her Global Citizen partnership to help Save the Children this Giving Tuesday.

Camila Cabello also tweeted out her support for Save the Children’s mission today.

Through her fashion partnership with Sally Miller, Francesca Capaldi helped to raise funds for Delivering Good.

Rachel Platten showed her support for Musicians On Call, an organization that brightens patients’ hospital stays with music.

Katherine McNamara is continuing her support of the Girl Up project through her own inspiring music.

Victoria Justice also got involved with Girl Up by donating bikes to those in need.

Ryan Newman showed her support for Heifer International, an organization committed to helping the global poverty crisis.

Emma Watson is continuing her work with Camfed, working to end the cycle of poverty.

Lea Michele is working with Feeding America, and has even designed cute pins to auction off at a fundraiser.

Some of your “Teen Beach Movie” faves came together to give back to Puerto Rico, the location they filmed their movies!

Frankie Grande is bringing support and awareness to the LA LGBT Center.

Shailene Woodley is continuing her support for Conservation International’s work for the environment.

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