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Say Hello! to Celeb Philanthropists

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Angelina JolieHello Magazine will feature a 13-page spread this week full of reader selected celebrity humanitarians. Who won? Brangelina, of course, as they can “be credited with humanizing the plight of Africa’s many poor countries,” says the release. Bono gets the silver, followed by Sting with the bronze. You’ll also see Oprah Winfrey, Bill and Melinda Gates, Sir Elton John, and Bryan Adams in the photo spread of active do-gooders.

I’ll leave you with a line from the press release, which I found interesting: “Celebrity philanthropy has gone far beyond the concept of reaching into one’s pocket. This is the age of participation.”

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