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Josh Hartnett's Charity Work, Events and Causes

Charity biography

Josh Hartnett has had roles in many films including Lucky Number Slevin, Black Hawk Down, Pearl Harbor, The Faculty and 30 Days of Night. He is always busy with charities raising money and awareness for the fights against Cancer, AIDS, hunger and poverty. Some of the foundations he supports include Dramatic Need, American Foundation for AIDS Research, Global Cool and Food Bank for New York City.

In April of 2009, Hartnett was among the many celebrities at the Friends of New Yorkers For Children annual spring dinner dance. The theme was New Year’s in April: A Fool’s Fete. Celebrities including Marisa Brown, Serena Williams, Geraldo Rivera, Diane Kruger and many more helped to raise $400,000 to support youth in foster care in New York City.

Charities & foundations supported

Josh Hartnett has supported the following charities:

* American Foundation for AIDS Research
* Dramatic Need
* Food Bank For New York City

* Global Cool
* The Lunchbox Fund

Causes supported

AIDS, At-Risk/Disadvantaged Youths, Children, Creative Arts, Education, Environment, Health, Hunger, Poverty


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Comment by Chiara on February 17, 2010 at 7:57am
Very human boy! Always say this.
Comment by Annie on December 22, 2009 at 9:29am
Just a bit more on what some of the charities are all about:

•Dramatic Need.........
Dramatic Need sends professionals working in the arts to Africa to provide children with a hands-on learning experience in artistic skills through workshops in schools.

•Food Bank For New York City............
the organization coordinates the distribution of food donations from manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and government agencies to organizations providing free food to the city’s hungry.

•Global Cool..........
Providing educational and entertaining programmes, and inspirational and upbeat global events, aimed at empowering individuals to make a difference

•The Lunchbox Fund..........

The Fund was founded in 2004, after a teacher noticed a group of students who had no food sitting where they didn’t have to watch the other students eat.

Since then the organization has helped to provide food to disadvantaged children in order to help them grow and achieve their goals

Good Work Josh!

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