15 Celebrities Who Care About The World And People More Than Their Money

11Madonna

Madonna and Michael Berg founded Raising Malawi in 2006. This non-profit organization is dedicated to helping the millions of poor and helpless orphans of Malawi. They provide them with health facilities and education planning. She is a patron of Children of Peace and supports several other charities that help children.

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12Adele

In 2017, Adele took a break from the music scene. She spent time doing a lot of charity work with several disadvantaged Londoners. In July of that year, she was present at Grenfell Tower, comforting people who had lost someone in the fire. She has also brought attention to the issue of postpartum depression and psychosis in new mothers.

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13Emma Watson

Emma Watson is an inspiring and knowledgeable young lady. She was a spokesperson for women who sought an end to sexual harassment in the workplace. She donated $1.265 million to the UK Justice and Equality Fund to start a campaign for victims of sexual harassment. She also supports charities concerning children, civil rights and conservation of the environment.

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14Stormzy

The rap singer Stormzy set up the Stormzy Scholarship through which he will be funding the education of two Black British students. He will be supporting their education at the University of Cambridge by paying their tuition and making their maintenance grant of four years for their undergraduate studies.

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15Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry officially support seven non-profit organizations around the world. She is a global ambassador for World Vision, the world’s largest international children’s charity. She is also a counselor for One Young World which gathers young leaders from around the world and advocates the importance of women’s healthcare.

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