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As a board of director for the organization Artists for Peace and Justice, Olivia has traveled to Haiti to help the organization with its mission of removing barriers that prevent children from going to school. Olivia is also a supporter of Power Up Gambia, which outfits hospitals and clinics in Gambia, Africa that have no electricity with solar panels.
Kristen supports The Humane Society of the United States, an organization helping animals with injuries and special needs.
Bloom is an ambassador for UNICEF, which fights for the rights of children worldwide, and has participated in COMEDY FIGHTS MALARIA, a group who creates entertaining videos and PSAs to engage a new audience for the cause.
After floods hit his hometown Minot, North Dakota Josh urged his fans and other celebrities to donate to the Minot Red Cross; he was also named honorary chairman of a fund set up by the city's flood recovery. Josh also organized the "Youth Run for Japan" in Santa Monica, California to benefit the Red Cross's Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Fund.
Scarlett is an ambassador for Oxfam, having traveled to Sri Lanka and India to visit sustainable living programs, women's support groups and Oxfam-supported schools in rural and metropolitan communities and recently visited Rwandan HIV/AIDS clinics and continues to support USA Harvest by raising money to feed America's hungry.
Radcliffe supports many charities, including Demelza House Children's Hospice and The Trevor Project. In 2011 the actor was awarded the Trevor Project's "Hero Award".