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Emma Stone has actively pursued charitable endeavors including Stand Up to Cancer and the Revlon Run/Walk in support of cancer research.
Anne Hathaway traveled to Africa with an initiative to work with The Girl Effect, a movement to create change for young girls and their families living in poverty.
Gabrielle Union is an advocate for rape prevention. As an outspoken former victim herself, Union spoke in Washington for the campaign to "Prevent Teen Dating Violence: Stop Violence Against Women Before It Begins."
Blake Lively created her own S'mores flavored cupcake at Sprinkles Cupcakes, New York, devoting all proceeds to Oxfam's famine relief fund for Somalia.
Scarlett Johansson is a supporter of many righteous causes, including donating over 2,000 pairs of shoes to the Soles for Souls program, helping to raise money for the cancer research organization City for Hope and serving as the Oxfam Ambassador to Kenya.