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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds donate $1 million to food banks during coronavirus crisis (Photo: @blakelively/Instagram)

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Donate $1 Million to Food Banks Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Our favourite Hollywood couple (ok, equal favourites with Hugh Jackman and Deborra-lee Furness) Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have announced they’re donating US $1 million to support organisations on the frontlines of the coronavirus crisis. “I think we can all agree, Covid-19 is an a-hole,” Ryan wrote on Twitter. The pair announced on social media that the donation will be split between Feeding America…

Amy Adams and Jennifer Garner are among the celebs reading books to kids impacted by school closures (via @savethestories)

Celebs Post Videos of Themselves Reading Kids Books to Comfort Children in Isolation

Jennifer Garner, Amy Adams and Josh Gad are just a few of the celebrities doing their bit to help kids in isolation right now due to the corona virus (COVID-19) The actors have been posting videos of themselves reading children’s books aloud as part of a joint campaign between Save The Children and No Kid Hungry to support families impacted…

Charli and Dixie D'Amelio team up with UNICEF for #SaferInternetDay (Photo:@unicef/Instagram)

Tik Tok stars Charli and Dixie D’Amelio Want to See More Kindness Online

TikTok stars Charli and Dixie D’Amelio have teamed up with UNICEF to spread a message about being kind and safe on the internet. And we’re totally here for it! The dancing sisters who found sudden fame after joining the social media platform and have had some amazing opportunities come their way – like dancing alongside J-Lo –…

Jimmy Barnes and Jane Barnes send guitar to Moz Azimi, a refugee living in on-shore detention. (Photos: @jane13barnes/Instagram and @azimimoz/Twitter)

How Jane and Jimmy Barnes’ Small Act of Kindness Made One Refugee’s Day

Rock legend Jimmy Barnes and his wife Jane have sent a guitar to a Kurdish man who’s living in on-shore detention in Melbourne. Moz Azimi endured seven years in detention on Manus Island and Port Moresby before being transferred to Australia for urgent medical help. Although he received refugee status more than three years ago,…

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