Lifestyle

15 Celebrity-Supported Causes You Can Get Behind

These celebs are known for giving back but so can you!
PHOTO Instagram (@EmmaWatson)

Emma Watson for He for She

 1  The Jonas Brothers & Change for Children Foundation  
When Nick was diagnosed with diabetes, the brothers formed the Change for Children Foundation to motivate kids to push forward despite hardship. You can also help inspire others by checking out the site's "Act Now" feature and recreate the action guides with your peers.  

 2  Emma Roberts Has NOH8
Emma, among many celebs has supported the NOH8 campaign, a viral photographic protest that supports the GLBT community. It's also broadened to a stand against bullying and discrimination of all kinds. Let this inspire you to use art to express a message of support for a local cause.

 3  Victoria Justice Comeback Clothes
Our clothes make up a great percent of waste in landfills, Victoria Justice, H&M, and DoSomething.org have created a convenient way for shoppers to donate old clothes in store. Why not create your own donation drive or a recycle project and partner with your school or LGU.  

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

 4  Little Mix For PETA
These girls have taken a stand against circus acts involving animals. It might seem fun but in truth, circus animals are abused and live in poor conditions. Educate your friends and family and share this message, we can all enjoy watching our fave bands perform instead of poor animals.

CONTINUE READING BELOW
Recommended Videos

 5  Demi Lovato on Being Vocal
Demi bravely opens up about bipolar disorder and how so many teens out there are hesitant to admit to what they're going through. Do you know someone who might be going through something? Check out the sites suggestions on how to be vocal in your own community.

 6  One Direction Supports Action/2015
Directioners from all over the globe shared what changes they wanted to see from world leaders. This initiative from 1D showed how many young voices can rise up and unite. You too can take part by being a registered and educated voter in the coming elections.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

 7  Ian Somerhalder Foundation
This Vampire Diaries star has a lot of heart to give; his foundation is dedicated to empowering and educating people on problems that we face in our environment, on sustainable energy and the well-being of animals. Explore the site for some tips on how you can do your part.

 8  Pharell Williams' Live Earth Concert
Pharell Williams used his hit single Happy as a way for people to unite and become aware about climate change, by submitting photos of themselves this viral GIF would encourage other to sign the Live Earth petition that would call on world leaders to hear them out.

 9  Joseph Gordon Levitt's Find Your Park
Though situated in USA, this inspiring effort calls on artists of every kind to create, record and upload images, videos and stories involving parks that helped reconnect the public with the amazing outdoors. Why not recreate this as a school project to boost local parks, museums and other tourist spots in your community.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

 10  Zendaya UNAIDS
Zendaya spent her 19th birthday in South Africa with UNAIDS Foundation to help a family of young boys who lost their parents to AIDS. This goes to show that even the youth can take on major global challenges and make a difference.

 11  Emma Watson and #HeForShe 
You might know her as Hermoine Grange but she’s also a UN Women Global Ambassador who launched the HeForShe campaign which calls on men and boys to support gender equality. School is a great learning ground to involve all students to support such an important cause.

 12  Fifth Harmony for Cybersmile
Become a local Cybersmile ambassador like Fifth Harmony and spread positive messages online while tackling the different types of digital bullying in this modern day. Check out the site's resources to help educate yourself and others.

 13  Lea Michele and PETA
We're so used to seeing horse drawn carriages that we haven't stopped to think about the abusive conditions they're subjected to. Glee star Lea Michele, along with PETA, educate the public on what horses go through on a daily basis, it's time to rethink how animals are used in our society.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

 14  Justin Bieber and Make a Wish Foundation
JB might have had some recent social bumps in the road but he's on his track to making things right, he recently did a private concert for young patients with life-threatening diseases. Following his footsteps, why not put together a talent show for a group of patients and make them smile for a day.

 15  Shailene Woodley Hair for Hazel
Inspired by her role in The Fault in Our Stars, Shailene donated her chopped locks to children with hair loss. The next time you get a haircut think about donating it to someone who needs it more.

Follow us on Pinterest!

  1. The Jonas Brothers & Change for Children Foundation  

When Nick was diagnosed with diabetes, the brothers formed the Change for Children Foundation to motivate kids to push forward despite hardship. You can also help inspire others by checking out the site’s “Act Now” feature and recreate the action guides with your peers.  

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
  1. Emma Roberts Has NOH8

Emma, among many celebs has supported the NOH8 campaign, a viral photographic protest that supports the GLBT community. It’s also broadened to a stand against bullying and discrimination of all kinds. Let this inspire you to use art to express a message of support for a local cause.

  1. Victoria Justice Comeback Clothes

Our clothes makeup a great percent of waste in landfills, Victoria Justice, H&M with DoSomething.org have created a convenient way for shoppers to donate old clothes in store. Why not create your own donation drive or a recycle project and partner with your school or LGU.  

  1. Little Mix For Peta

These girls have taken a stand against circus acts involving animals. It might seem fun but in truth, circus animals are abused and live in poor conditions. Educate your friends and family and share this message, we can all enjoy watching our fave bands perform instead of poor animals.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
  1. Demi Lovato on Being Vocal

Demi bravely opens up about bipolar disorder and how so many teens out there are hesitant to admit to what they’re going through. Do you know someone who might be going through something? Check out the sites suggestions on how to be vocal in your own community.

  1. One Direction Supports Action/2015

Directioners from all over the globe shared what changes they wanted to see from world leaders. This initiative from 1D showed how many young voices can rise up and unite. You too can take part by being a registered and educated voter in the coming elections.

  1. Ian Somerhalder Foundation

This Vampire Diaries star has a lot of heart to give; his foundation is dedicated to empowering and educating people on problems that we face in our environment, on sustainable energy and the well-being of animals. Explore the site for some tips on how you can do your part.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
  1. Pharell Williams’ Live Earth Concert

Pharell Williams used his hit single Happy as a way for people to unite and become aware about climate change, by submitting photos of themselves this viral GIF would encourage other to sign the Live Earth petition that would call on world leaders to hear them out.

  1. Joseph Gordon Levitt’s Find Your Park

Though situated in USA, this inspiring effort calls on artists of every kind to create, record and upload images, videos and stories involving parks that helped reconnect the public with the amazing outdoors. Why not recreate this as a school project to boost local parks, museums and other tourist spots in your community.

  1. Zendaya UNAIDS

Zendaya spent her 19th birthday in South Africa with UNAIDS Foundation to help a family of young boys who lost their parents to AIDS. This goes to show that even the youth can take on major global challenges and make a difference.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
  1. Emma Watson

You might know her as Hermoine Grange but she’s also a UN Women Global Ambassador who launched the HeForShe campaign which calls on men and boys to support gender equality. School is a great learning ground to involve all students to support such an important cause.

  1. Fifth Harmony for Cybersmile

Become a local Cybersmile ambassador like Fifth Harmony and spread positive messages online while tackling the different types of digital bullying in this modern day. Check out the site’s resources to help educate yourself and others.

  1. Lea Michele and PETA

We’re so used to seeing horse drawn carriages that we haven’t stopped to think about the abusive conditions they’re subjected to. Glee star, Lea Michele along with PETA, educate the public on what horses go through on a daily basis, it’s time to rethink how animals are used in our society.

  1. Justin Bieber and Make a Wish Foundation

    ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

JB might have had some recent social bumps in the road but he’s on his track to making things right, he recently did a private concert for young patients with life-threatening diseases. Following his footsteps, why not put together a talent show for a group of patients and make them smile for a day.

  1. Shailene Woodley Hair for Hazel

Inspired by her role in “The Fault in Our Stars”, Shailene donated her chopped locks to children with hair loss. The next time you get a haircut think about donating it to someone who needs it more.


your REACTION
CUTE

0

HEART

0

OMG

0

YAY

0

/////////////////////////////
COMMENTS. JOIN THE DISCUSSION BELOW!
Comments
About the author
Melanie Santiago
Intern, Contributing Writer
Frustrated painter and writer, Melanie also takes time to drop by candymag.com and share the stories she comes across.
VIEW OTHER ARTICLES FROM Melanie

Create your content

Photo
Video
SoundCloud
Hi, you!
Title
Body Text
*1st 15 seconds will be uploaded
*File size limit (up to 60MB)
*File size limit (up to 60MB)
or
Upload Video
*For the direct video upload option, only the first 15 seconds of the video will be uploaded
*File size limit (up to 60MB)

By submitting your post, you agree to Candymag's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Thank you for submitting your post.
You will be notified via email once your entry has been approved by the Candy team.

Submitted posts will be subject to the approval of the Candy Team.

A few reminders:

  1. Candy Bulletin is an online platform where users can upload original work, personal passion projects, and other forms of self-expression, for the purpose of sharing with the community.
  2. You can upload photos of your curated OOTDs, 15-second videos, essays, poems, and more, as long as the submitted work is original, follows copyright laws, and free of any nudity, pornography, or profanity.
  3. You are encouraged to comment on one another's posts, as long as everyone remains respectful.
Submit Another Post View More Posts
latest on CandyMag.com
 
x
Share
 
x
Share
South Korea's revised law will give pop culture artists a chance to delay their military service.
 
x
Share
 
x
Share
"If I don't want to be taken a video of, I don't have to be."
 
x
Share
LOAD MORE ARTICLES
your REACTION
Pick a sticker to view stories by reaction!
/////////////////////////////
CONNECT WITH US