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- May 07, 2012
- Vol. 77
- No. 19
Beautiful Inside and Out
Helping People in Need Puts a Smile on the Faces of These Gorgeous Stars
FOUNDER: EVA LONGORIA FOUNDATION
The star's nonprofit provides entrepreneurial support, career tools and education for Latinas. "We want to give them the resources to succeed," she says.
To learn more, go to: evalongoriafoundation.org
AMBASSADOR: UN WOMEN
After the 2010 earthquake, the actress says, she met a woman in Haiti who taught kids in her destroyed home. "Women like her, who face enormous obstacles yet go on to help others, are my heroes."
To learn more, go to: unwomen.org
ADVOCATE: MALARIA NO MORE
The Smash actress distributed mosquito nets this spring in areas of Ghana and Burkina Faso affected by the disease. The trip, she says, "left me more motivated to help the children of Africa."
To learn more, go to: malarianomore.org
GOODWILL AMBASSADOR: UNICEF
Involved with the children's rights organization since his days with Britain's Manchester United team, the soccer star says, "I'm incredibly fortunate to be in a position to help others, and it's something I'm passionate about. It was a visit to a center for abused children in Thailand that really left a mark on me. It just isn't right that a child can be deprived of food, water or basic care."
To learn more, go to: unicef.org
PATRON: EAST ANGLIA'S CHILDREN'S HOSPICES
When the Duchess of Cambridge gave a speech at a March event for East Anglia's Children's Hospices, she noted that when she first visited the hospice, she had a "preconceived idea as to what to expect. Far from being a clinical, depressing place for sick children, it was a home ... a happy place of stability, support and care. It was a place of fun."
To learn more, go to: each.org.uk
ADVOCATE: ALL BLESSINGS
During the process of adopting a baby, the trainer connected with an agency that brought "deeper meaning to my life," she says. "Other than being a parent, I can't imagine anything more fulfilling."
To learn more, go to: allblessings.org
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