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· This isn’t really related to any charity work or environmental cause, but hey, giving is giving. Recently, George Clooney boosted the earnings of a lemonade stand run by a group of boys by paying them $20 for a 25-cent drink. Afterwards, the boys put up a sign that said “George Clooney was here!” which I’m sure help them rake in even more cash.

· Lindsay Lohan to do charity work? Now there’s a shock and a half. Rumor has it that the wild child is planning to get involved with good causes nowadays. She’s apparently going to pay Japan a visit and will also check out some orphanages. Oh boy, I wonder if that means that someday soon, we’re going to hear about how her encounter with a child touched her so much that she was inspired to adopt?

· A group called Cultural Heritage Environmental Advocacy for the Kimberley (CHEAK) got the support of Australian celebrities and filmmaker Malcolm Douglas in their fight against the construction of a liquefied natural gas plant on the Kimberley coast of Western Australia. No word yet on which celebs are involved, but as a response, the local government has announced that LNG is safe and environmentally-friendly.

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