John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are one of the kindest couples in showbiz, whether it's setting up the education charity Show Me, donating £5,000 to a GoFundMe to erase school lunch debts in Seattle, or joining in the clean-up effort after Hurricane Katrina.
They care deeply about social issues in the US particularly about women and racial justice, with Chrissy promising $200,000 in May to any protestors who needed bail if they were arrested during a government protest.
They also donated the same amount back in 2018 to the Time's Up Legal Defence Fund, which provides legal services to sexual violence victims and gave £5,000 to gun control campaign March for Our Lives.
"We have a pile of things that we love to give away." - Chrissy Teigen
Then to (ironically) celebrate Donald Trump's 72nd birthday, they gave £220,000 to the American Civil Liberties Union.
The couple are also keen to instil generosity and kindness into their young children. Speaking of her daughter Luna at the City Harvest Gala, Chrissy said: "Luna's just gotten into starting to be able to walk and actually, like, talk and vocalize things.
"In LA, we do a ton of donations to Baby To Baby every single day, I think. We have a pile of things that we love to give away, and I just feel like, already very young, she's excited to be able to share her things with people and know that there's people that are less fortunate than her. She's happy to support them, honestly, so I'm happy."
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