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Jennifer Garner Gets Honored For Her Early Education And Baby Diaper Causes


When stars like Rosie Hutington-Whitely, Julie Bowen and more come together, it does not always mean there is an awards ceremony in sight.

But you might say this is a form of awards ceremony. Aside from Rosie and Bowen, other attendees include director J.J. Abrams, Michelle Monaghan, Busy Philipps, Jordana Brewster, Eric Dane, Jaime King, Soleil Moon Frye and Rebecca Gayheart.

In honor of Jennifer Garner's work, major A-list stars come together to attend the 5th Baby2Baby Gala. Garner is known for her work on making sure the country has ample diaper supplies. Recently, she announced that she felt that new moms are struggling to make ends meet. And it is always a toss up between milk and diapers. Choosing always the former as it is important. But diapers are important too. Another one of Garner's causes is to make sure early education is something new parents are giving to their children.

This year, Baby2Baby is awarding Jennifer Garner the Baby2Baby Giving Tree Award, cites E Online. It is because of her ongoing support and dedication to children that she is receiving this award. John Paul Mitchell Systems is also sponsoring the gala.

For the past two years, the actress has helped distribute over 5 million diapers to low-income families with babies. To present the awards are Baby2Baby Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah Weinstein. And when they were thinking of who to honor this year, they thought of nobody else but Jennifer Garner.

"We are so proud to honor Jennifer for her commitment to supporting low-income children" Patricof and Weinstein said in a statement. "She is quite possibly the biggest advocate for these issues we have ever come across."

Garner has been working hard to champion for the children and combat poverty through education and leadership. And the actress does not show signs of stopping. Jennifer Garner continues to campaign for the awareness regarding diapers and early education.

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