As hard as it is fore me to picture Alice “I’m the Coolest” Cooper golfing period, I’d say competing to help fight cancer does make him pretty cool. He was joined by Alan Thicke, Kenny Walker and Dave Webber at the annual Spirit of Courage Celebrity Golf Tournament. The tournament benefited the Jennie Edmundson Hospital’s Charitable Cancer Fund. And that’s just one of many recent–and upcoming–celebrity charity events…
Brit girl band Girls Aloud is helping out the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Each of the five girls designed her own exclusive t-shirt designs, which will go toward raising money for the organization. Click here to find out how to get one.
Welsh TV presenters Rhodri and Lucy Owen, along with new baby Gabriel, are leading the George Thomas Hospice Annual Walk in the Park. Walkers are encouraged to walk for their local hospice; the Owen family is supporting Cardiff Hospice.
Sharon Stone isn’t all bad, as PETA might think. Along with James Caan and Joe Pesci, the actress has helped the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAG) Celebrity Golf Classic raise over $5 million. This year’s tournament will be held on October 6.
At last week’s third annual Hot in Hollywood Benefit lots of stars came out to play and raise funds for the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. Among them were host America Ferrera, Jaime Pressly, Neil Patrick Harris, Elijah Kelley, Jason Biggs, and Emily Deschanel.
World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk joined the Chicago Cubs in supporting the Organic School Project last week during the fifth annual Kerry Wood’s Strike Zone Celebrity Bowling Tournament.
Country crooners Tim McGraw, John Rich and Dierks Bentley will be kicking off Bentley’s annual Miles & Music for Kids celebrity motorcycle ride and concert on October 5. The five-hour ride will benefit Vanderilt Children’s Hospital. For more info or to find out how to get tickets, click here.