By InTouch Weekly
Celebs are constantly called out for the outrageous things they do, but sometimes, those outrageous deeds are pretty incredible. Here are 9 celebs who've used their influence and fame for the better.
From starting the Maddox Jolie-Pitt Foundation to being a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, Angie's done some amazing things. Her choice to go public with her cancer preventing surgeries was also an inspiration for women everywhere!
In '96, Tom witnessed a hit and run. Not only did he stay with the injured woman until the ambulance arrived, he also tagged along to make sure the victim was okay. Upon finding out the woman had no insurance, he paid off her $7000 hospital bill!
After Christian learned of the tragic Aurora, Colorado, shooting spree, 'The Dark Knight' star personally visited recovering victims in the hospital, and attended the memorial service for deceased victims as well.
The Biebs might have a bad rep, but he definitely cares about his fans! After learning about Avalanna Routh's Facebook campaign to meet her idol, he invited the cancer-stricken six-year-old and her family to spend Valentine's Day with him in Manhattan.
The 'Scandal' actress is a part of "V-Day," a global movement that aims to bring awareness to violence against women and girls, and is also an avid supporter of LGBT rights, receiving the GLAAD Vanguard Award in 2015.
The blonde bombshell is totally the whole package! Charlize established the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project in 2007, in an effort to keep African youth safe from HIV/AIDS.
Jim might be all laughs on screen, but he's passionate about promoting global food security when he's not acting. The funnyman founded the Better U Foundation in support of the cause in 2005.
Demi established the Demi and Ashton Foundation in 2009 (now known as "Thorn: Digital Defenders of Children") with ex Ashton Kutcher. It aims to combat the sexual exploitation of children.
Not only is Sean an outspoken political activist, but he's also played a major role in disaster relief initiatives. The 'Milk' actor founded the J/P Haitian Relief Organization following the 2010 Haitian earthquake, and also assisted in Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.