This year, we’ve met so many fantastic GOOD people at various events, fundraisers, and inside our headquarters. It’s our mission to share positive news and we’re thrilled to have so many great examples!
Check out our interview highlights from the past year, showcasing celebrities doing good. And make sure to subscribe to the Good Celebrity YouTube page to stay up-to-date with our latest clips!
In December of last year, we had the pleasure of hosting The Voice contestant Christina Grimmie inside our headquarters. This talented soul chatted with us about her amazing charity work and performed an exclusive version of her hit, “With Love.”
Christina tragically passed away this year after she was shot while signing autographs outside of a concert in Florida. Our thoughts and prayers remain with her and her family. We are so honored to have had the pleasure of getting to know Christina.
Judge Larry Bakman leaves his seat on the syndicated television series, “Hot Bench,” to educate children and teens in Los Angeles about the dangers of gangs and drug addiction through the organization, New Directions for Youth.
“Recognizing the problem allows you to get inside the minds of the parents and the children who you think you can save, who you can educate and at least give them options on what they can do to avoid falling into that culture.”
Danielle Moinet AKA Summer Rae
She’s a ray of arrogant sunshine in the WWE ring but when she’s not body slamming opponents, Danielle Moinet (aka Summer Rae) is actively involved in charity, specifically her family’s organization, the Dean Thomas Moinet Foundation.
Moinet also works with the USO, Special Olympics and the WWE’s Be a STAR anti-bullying campaign.
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Susan Holmes McKagan
We caught up with the lovely Susan Holmes McKagan backstage at Style Fashion Week Los Angeles 2016. The blonde beauty, who is married to Duff McKagan of Guns N’ Roses, walked the runway for couture designer Farah Angsana in support of her Life Foundation, which advocates for the homeless and orphans in Indonesia.
In addition, Susan talked about her swimwear line, which she uses to raise money for various causes.
“I have a creative outlet while bringing awareness to various causes that are near and dear to my heart,” she said.
Fresh off their return to Los Angeles the NFL’s Rams are already scoring with residents of the city of angels thanks to their charity work.
For Keenum, his charitable work doesn’t end with Make-A-Wish.
“A big part of my life and my story growing up was Fellowship of Christian Athletes,” Keenum said. “I do sports camps in the summer…it’s a big part of what I do and I think there’s a lot of good people out there that could use your support,” he added.
Todd Gurley is one of the most talented running backs in the National Football League but his skills extend far beyond the field of play.
Thanks to the relocation of the Rams, Gurley is now a member of the Los Angeles community and he’s giving back with his teammates through the Greater Los Angeles chapter of Make-A-Wish.
Eastwood Ranch Foundation
Alison Eastwood’s father, legendary actor and director Clint Eastwood, made a name for himself starring in some of the greatest westerns of all time and now the actress is making her mark by hitting the ranch.
A staunch advocate for animal rights, Alison co-founded the Eastwood Ranch Foundation, which assists in the welfare and rescue of animals through campaigns, events and education.
Good Celebrity caught up with Eastwood at the 2nd Annual Art for Animals event in June 2016.
“I am inspired by the fact there is such a need to help animals out there,” Eastwood said.
When she’s not walking the runways, Poland-born model Joanna Krupa is lending her support for animal rights. Good Celebrity caught up with Krupa at Alison Eastwood’s 2nd Annual Art for Animals fundraiser in June 2016.
“All the animal people have to stick together,” Krupa said. “Whenever I’m in town and there’s an animal related event of course I’m going to come support it.”
Krupa also dished on her animal rescue, Angels for Animal Rescue.
“We try to do whatever we can, one animal at a time,” she said.
If there is an actress whose name matches her personality it’s, Bojana Novakovic. Pronounced BOY-YANA, her name is just fun to say!
Always good for an interview, the Serbian-born actress stopped for a chat on the red carpet of the Eastwood Ranch Foundation’s 2nd Annual Art for Animals fundraiser.
Among the topics were her faux fur attire, goat photography skills, and her next visit to Nepal (which may or may not include a climb of Mt. Everest…at least to the base camp).
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