Several of your favorite celebs are continuing to be their stellar selves by donating money to support nonprofits dedicated to feeding people in need during the coronavirus pandemic. As if you didn’t need another reason to love them (and follow suit), here are all of the celebrities helping out food organizations right now.
The late-night host announced on Instagram that his family donated to Feeding America in an effort to help the world’s most vulnerable populations. He encouraged others who are able to do the same because “any donation is GIANT.”
Kristin Bell donated $150,007.96–to be exact–to No Kid Hungry. What’s with the extra $7.96? “When my kids overheard me making the donation, they asked if they could also donate the money from their piggy bank,” she wrote on Instagram. “I couldn’t have been prouder to add that extra and important 7 dollars and 96 cents.”
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
Lady Gaga’s beauty line Haus Labs announced in a March 16 Instagram post that its donating “last week’s sales on Hauslabs.com to local food banks (@lafoodbank & @foodbank4nyc)” to help people affected by school closures and other organizations that offer food to those in need.
Justin Timberlake said on Twitter that he donated to Mid-South Food Bank, an organization in his hometown that provides food to families in the mid-South. “Start small and support your local communities by getting food out to those in need,” he said in the post.
Amy Adams and Jennifer Garner
The duo teamed up to raise funds for Save the Children and No Kid Hungry to “shine a spotlight on kids across the country who need our help and support during this difficult time,” Amy Adams wrote in an Instagram post.
Riri’s education and emergency relief non-profit, the Clara Lionel Foundation, donated $5 million across multiple organizations fighting COVID-19–including Feeding America.
JJ Watt and Kealia Ohai
JJ Watt and his Wife Kealia Ohai provided over one million meals to those in need during this time with a $350,000 donation to Houston Food Bank, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Ciara and Russell Wilson
To support their community in Seattle, Ciara and Russell Wilson donated 1 million meals to Seattle’s Food Lifeline. “Rally with us and support your local food bank @FeedingAmerica,” they wrote in an Instagram post. “We can all make a difference together.”
The Modern Family star shared on Twitter that he donated 200,000 meals to the food bank Harvesters in Kansas City. “I’m only posting this to maybe motivate you to do what you can, when you can, if you can, to help vulnerable families in our community during this time,” he wrote in the tweet.
Stephen and Ayesha Curry
Steph Curry and his wife Ayesha announced on social media that their Eat.Learn.Play. Foundation is donating to the Alameda County Community Food Bank to help “the 18,000+ kids that rely on school for 2+ meals daily” in Oakland.
The former Disney actress threw her support behind Feeding America with a donation to help the immense demand on food banks. “Let’s help each other out rather than freaking the fuck out. Kk?” she wrote in an Instagram post.
The country singer runs a year-round, volunteer-operated free grocery store that is “mobilizing delivery of a week’s groceries to our elderly neighbors in Edgehill and Berry Hill on Wednesdays/Thursdays,” he shared in an Instagram post.