First of all, lots of opinions from famous people are useful advice. The reason being, that is they are experts in their own fields. Their popularity is clearly proven their complete success. Being experienced themselves, they can give much noteworthy advice for the young who are eager to follow the trails they have gone down earlier. Paying great attention to these opinions, youngsters will learn a great deal from them and achieve their goals much faster.
What is more, many celebrities gain enduring popularity for not only their talents but more importantly for their goodwill. They do charity and encourage other people to do the same. Take Audrey Hepburn as a perfect example. She once said, “As you grow older you will discover that you have two hands; one for helping yourself, the other for helping others. The fact that she dedicated much of her time to humanitarian work during her late life illustrates that we should not only listen attentively to her perspective but should follow her kind-hearted actions as well. However, that is only a small number. Many celebrities inspire and uplift children through their life and accomplishments and motivate children to gain similar achievements. Furthermore, a large of number celebrities came from poor families, and had to face many hardships and overcome many obstacles on their way to fame. There are many people who believe that celebrities only think about themselves and that they aren’t concerned with anyone else’s problems. To me a Hero is some one that you can look to and who inspirers you to be a better person. A celebrity is someone who gets paid a lot of money to pretend to be a hero. There are many problems that face America today such as hunger, poverty and most importantly War. Contrary to popular belief there are several celebrities who are concerned and that donate millions of dollars to charities and there are some who run their own charities. They include multimillionaire Bill Gates, talk-show host Rosie O’Donnell and Louis Armstrong. Everyone does charity now. Is it a new fancy or a real desire to help? It’s hard to say. I bet a lot of celebs don’t even know what their foundations are about. Publicity spoils people a lot. High rating isn’t everything important in this life. Charity foundations must work, otherwise, what are they actually for? You know, it’s always nice to watch when Brad Pitt rebuilds New Orleans, or Angelina Jolie, or Bono visits Africa and Baghdad. There are some celebs doing the same things too. No publicity, just a great desire to help. These stars do deserve reverence for what they do, as they do it from the bottom of their hearts. What’s more, many of them are probably also aware of the fact that what they do for a living, compared to many other professions, isn’t worth nearly as much as what they actually get paid to do it. That’s why I think it is so beautiful when celebrities use their influence to actually support a good cause. And thankfully, many of them do. Although donations and lending your name to a good cause is a great deed, I think it is very admirable when you see a celebrity really engaging in the charity they are helping to promote, or even the one starting it up. Having a celebrity endorse a charity is a great way to bring awareness to the cause, and many people follow in their favorite celebrity’s footsteps when it comes to donating money and helping out. she's only doing it in effort to revive her tarnished reputation, think most celebrities get involved with charity as part of marketing their overall image? Or is there more of a genuine desire to use their star status to raise awareness for those in need? Krim: I can honestly say doing this for seven years, 99% of the time it's a genuine interest. Maybe sometimes people might thing it's a good idea (for their image) ... but most of the time it's a genuine interest... in fact, there's a lot of celebrities who do charity work who don't even want cameras around. ... Some examples: Josh Hopkins from "Cougar Town" plays basketball at the YMCA or Regina King from "Southland" and "Jerry Maguire" is a cheerleading squad coach in Pasadena ... she probably never told anyone until I asked.
Give Back Hollywood founder Todd Krim with dancer Julianne Hough at a recent charity benefit. And that's what I love, that shows a true commitment, and genuine interest, not wanting to promote it. But then again, I have just as much respect for those who want to promote it because they set an example for other celebrities. And that's where their greatest strength lies: in using their celebrity status. And that's the main premise of Give Back Hollywood: We love working with grass roots nonprofits. I think it's great, (top celebrities like) Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Angelina Jolie, do amazing work ... but I think it's important to highlight other great things by young Hollywood, Sophia Bush from "One Tree Hill" ... Serinda Swan from "Breakout Kings," Ian Somerhalder from the "Vampire Diaries" cast ... people might not realize it's not just the A-listers who are philanthropic, it's everyone from young Hollywood. Nowadays more and more celebrities get involved in charity work and for some people it is seems to have become a bit of a celebrity fashion. On the one hand, some people maintained an idea about suspicious of celebrity involvement in good causes. They feel that it is not so much about the charity as about the huge celebrity ego that is involved. Moreover, most celebrities have become involved in charity as part of marketing their overall image or they only doing it in effort to revive their reputation. On the other hand, there are some people who think that it is so beautiful when celebrities use their influence to actually support a good cause. Having a celebrity endorse a charity is a great way to bring awareness to the cause, and many people follow in their favorite celebrity’s footsteps when it comes to donating money and helping out. People with a lot of money often have useful social connections. They usually know how to bring the issue to the attention of the public. As usual, a high-profile faces help to focus media attention on important world's problems, such as poverty and the environment. Many celebrities inspire and uplift children through their life and accomplishments and motivate children to gain similar achievements. In conclusion, any charity work is more successful if it runs by celebrity, but unfortunately it is not always support by famous people in good causes.