Stars And Charity: Who Really Helps People

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Stars And Charity: Who Really Helps People
Stars And Charity: Who Really Helps People

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After watching TV and social networks, it seems that our stars can only make trouble and brag about their luxurious life. But, in fact, not everything is so hopeless and immoral. Arguments of the Week have compiled a list of pleasant exceptions to these nasty rules.


Konstantin Khabensky Actor created a charitable foundation that supports children suffering from severe brain diseases. The foundation was established in 2008. His motto is "One life saved is one life saved." Konstantin, like no one else, understands the suffering of the families of patients - the wife of Khabensky died from oncology, for whose treatment the artist spared no expense. Today the filmmaker lives in the most ordinary apartment and sends a significant part of his fees to charity.

Dina Korzun and Chulpan Khamatova These actresses created in 2006 the "Give Life" foundation, about which they write and talk a lot at the moment. The task of the foundation is to support children with hematological and oncological diseases. Once the actress Chulpan Khamatova was asked to hold a charity concert, the funds from which were supposed to go to expensive medical equipment. Seeing with her own eyes the children hoping for a miracle, Chulpan decided to make charity an integral part of her life. Korzun and Khamatova regularly organize charity concerts and events.

Evelina Bledans Zvezda has organized her own foundation "Syndrome of Love", in which she calls to love anyone and help without conditions. The actress is raising her son Semyon, a boy with Down syndrome, and from birth she has been actively helping foundations and talking about the peculiarities of raising "sunny" children.

Timur Bekmambetov Film director, screenwriter and producer is a co-founder (together with his wife Varya Avdyushko) of the Sunflower charitable foundation to help children with impaired immunity. The foundation was established in 2006 and works to save the lives of infants and children with congenital immunodeficiency and autoimmune diseases. The fund helps to find funds for the purchase of expensive drugs for the treatment of children under the age of 18. The main achievements of the Bekmambetov Foundation: hundreds of patients can now lead a full bright life thanks to regular therapy and medication.

Maria Sharapova Maria has her own charitable foundation, created to help children living in areas affected by the Chernobyl accident. Maria herself comes from these places and tries in every possible way to help her fellow countrymen.

Natalia Vodianova Model Natalia Vodianova created the Naked Heart Foundation in 2004. Having earned considerable fees and arranged a personal life, the top model redirected her strength and energy to help Russian families with similar problems: Natalia's younger sister Oksana suffers from a severe form of autism, and as a child Vodianova personally faced alienation from society and fabulous drug bills. Today, the celebrity foundation builds inclusive spaces in different cities of Russia, develops special programs for raising special children and adapting them in society, and Vodianova herself actively organizes marathons and fundraising auctions.

Many other stars are also trying to do their bit for the charity movement. "Arguments of the week" will talk about them in the section "We can do it together."

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