Celebs Who Do Good Deeds
The Hunger Games star pays regular visits each year to a children's hospital in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky and donated $2m towards its upkeep.
Singer Taylor Swift literally has a heart of gold - regularly paying unscheduled visits to sick children and donating money to worthy causes. After a father's Facebook post detailing his daughter Meghan's dying wish to speak with the singer went viral, Taylor Face-timed with the 18-year-old for half an hour. Taylor also donated $1m to the Louisiana Flood after local homes were devastated.
The Deadpool star ended up saving his nephew's life because he knew CPR. On Instagram he urged fans to take the course. "I knew what to do! True story! Yesterday I took a refresher course focusing on infant and toddler CPR. It takes only a few hours and it's also kinda, sorta fun!"
Theory Of Everything star Eddie occasionally helps out struggling actors who write to him by offering to pay their rent, or pay bills. "I get letters from people trying to go to drama school and needing to pay their rent. So that's something I occasionally do," says big-hearted Ed!
Adele popped in un-announced and brought cakes for the firefighters at Chelsea Fire Station in London following the Grenfell Tower fire disaster in London. Ben Kling, the station manager, said, "We opened the door to her and she took her sunglasses off and said, 'Hi, I'm Adele.'" She simply wanted to have "tea and a cuddle" and to thank the firefighters for their bravery.
Hugh secretly arranged to meet a young Wolverine fan in Australia, surprising him live on air after the boy thought he would just be talking to him on the phone.
Ghostbusters star Melissa, together with co-star Kristen Wiig donned her ghostbustin' outfit to visit a children's hospital in the US for a day. Who you gonna call? Melissa of course...
The Deppster took time out from filming the recent Pirates movie to stop by Lady Cilento's Hospital in Brisbane (in full Jack Sparrow costume) to cheer up some sick children and pose for photos.
Jurassic World & Guardians Of The Galaxy star Chris Pratt took time out from filming to visit sick children at Our Lady Of The Lake hospital in Baton Rouge.
La La Land star Ryan Gosling regularly campaigns for animal rights, most recently for animal reform in the food industry and the inhumane conditions that chickens are kept in.
Thor star Chris, paid off all of his parents outstanding debts when he received his first big Hollywood pay cheque.
Isla Fisher and her husband, comic actor Sacha Baron Cohen, donated $1 million to help the Syrian refugee crisis. Half of the donation will go to Save the Children to help with children's vaccinations, while the other half will go to International Rescue Committee to help refugees, particularly women and children, with education, shelter, and other necessities. Bravo!
Amy Schumer bought back the family farm for her ailing father when she achieved success. "We lost the farm when we lost everything else," she captioned in an Instagram post, referring to her dad's being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis when she was 12, leading to their bankruptcy. "But today I got to buy it back for him."