Vampires, Werewolves, and Humans Saving the World

Posted: November 11, 2010 by kmw5211 in Abuse, Animals, Cancer, Charity, Children, Donations, Education, Environment, Violence
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There is not much left to say that this video hasn’t said for me. The cast of the Twilight saga: Peter Facinelli, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Jackson Rathbone, Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Dakota Fanning, Michael Sheen, Chaske Spencer, Tinsel Korey, Rachelle Lefevre, Edi Gathegi, Michael Welch, Justin Chon, Christian Serratos, and author Stephenie Meyer are all taking action to make the world a better place. What I find most interesting about all that the cast is doing is that their actions aren’t hugely publicized.

I, for one, am a major Twilight fan and I hadn’t heard about majority of the charities and causes that these celebrities take part in. That is not to say that these charities aren’t mainstream organizations, because they are. My point here is that it seems to me that the cast of Twilight genuinely cares. They are helping others without the need to put the spotlight all over what they are doing so that the world knows how amazing they are. I truly respect them for that.  I also found it very impressive that so many cast members took part in charities or non-profit organizations. Stephenie Meyer even started her own organization. Sure, you usually find that a few members of a major motion picture have charities that they have been helping for a while, but in this case, pretty much the ENTIRE cast of Twilight has picked up one cause or another. What’s more, all the causes are different! This video definitely threw me for a loop. Props to you Twilight cast. I commend you.

  1. Kristina van Alen says:

    I think this kind of thing is so good to hear. There are so many people out there making ungodly amounts of money and also have free publicity galore and they don’t use any of it for the betterment of others. Reading these posts about the Twilight cast giving back makes me think there is hope for the world and our generation. While I am happy they aren’t vying for the added attention with the media I kind of wish they would put it out there so more people would feel the pull to get involved. There are so many hardcore Twilight fans out there that I think it would prompt them to take action with the same causes.

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