There’s no shortage of money in Hollywood, and yet resources are scarce to help boost diversity in the entertainment industry. What's going on here?
While still filming Desperate Housewives, Eva Longoria went back to school to receive a master’s in Chicano Studies. Now, the Eva Longoria Foundation is laser-focused on empowering Latina women. Here’s the backstory.
At just 36, Beyoncé already has an active track-record of philanthropy. Among her causes, beyond women and girls, are historically black colleges.
Hollywood producer Judd Apatow and his wife, actress Leslie Mann, have a foundation that spreads money to a range of causes. Here's what the couple is into.
Kevin Durant is part of a growing class of civic-minded athletes with deep pockets. A new $10 million education gift in his native Maryland shows that the 29-year-old also knows what he's doing as a philanthropist.
African-American Hollywood producer-writer Shonda Rhimes has been on our radar for a while, and has made major donations to the Smithsonian and Obama Foundation. What's she up to with her new foundation?
As entertainers have amassed bigger fortunes, more philanthropy has followed. The giving of Phil and Monica Rosenthal offers the latest case study.
At just 36 years old, Scooter Braun owns two record labels, and with wife Yael Cohen Braun, has established a philanthropic foundation. We look at what they're up to.
Wealthy athletes are a rising and potent force in philanthropy. A case in point is Kevin Durant who already has an impressive charitable footprint. Better yet, we suspect he's just getting warmed up.
Patron support remains relatively scarce in a theater space dominated by institutional funders. Even more so when it comes to funding theater education programs for kids. Here's an exception.
With $8 billion and no heirs, Geffen's giving spree, toggling between New York and LA, is unlikely to let up any time soon. We read the tea leaves of his $150 million gift to LACMA.
George Clooney's effort to promote peace in Africa is a case study of effective celebrity philanthropy. He focuses on overlooked niches and commits both his star power and real money to moving the needle.
Given that Michael Jordan has been a major global phenomenon for decades, it’s easy to forget how young he is still is. The 54-year-old billionaire is now turning to giving on a bigger level.