Dec 01, 2016 03:33 AM EST
Reese Witherspoon, Drew Barrymore, Kerry Washington Helps Kids Charities For STEM, Education And Medical Assistance
Reese Witherspoon and Drew Barrymore are known for their top notch films and family oriented Instagram posts. But they are also keen on making the future of children as bright as it can be.
Stars like Reese Witherspoon and Drew Barrymore celebrate "Giving Tuesday" in the best way possible. And that is, giving back to their favorite charities and in the same line, encouraging other people to do the same.
Good deeds from these stars all around especially since the holidays are nearing. Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon, cites In Style, is supporting Girls Inc. Girls Inc. is an after school program dedicated to provide self esteem activities, STEM projects and financial education to girls in the United States.
Witherspoon posts on Instagram that these girls are going to heal the world.
Actress Drew Barrymore is also supporting "Giving Tuesday." Right after Black Friday and Cyber Monday, stars like Barrymore are looking to give away their time and energy to kids who need support.
Barrymore went to the Children's Hospital in Los Angeles and worked with kids by reading stories and spending time with them.
Funny gal Mindy Kaling also celebrated "Giving Tuesday" by lending her support to "The Hole in the Wall Gang." It is a charity that Kaling has supported and it focuses on more than 25,000 kids who are sick.
Rachel Bilson used her entrepreneurial skills and teamed up with eBay for her "Giving Tuesday" activities. The star is raising money that will support her chosen charity. People can shop on eBay for some holiday presents and the proceeds will help support a charity.
Victoria's Secret model Cara Delevingne is doing her part by donating to refugee girls in Uganda. Her support enables these Ugandan girls to go to school.
Lastly, Kerry Washington is also contributing to "Giving Tuesday" by helping end financial abuse. She supports PSIImpact, an organization that is dedicated to helping women lead healthy lives.
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