36. Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus is one of those celebrities you probably didn’t expect to find on this list (right?), but the young superstar decided to channel her fame and fortune for the greater good, focusing on an issue that is personally important to her. Since she was fourteen, the singer announced she was gender fluid and willing to love anyone who would love her back, regardless of their gender. Thus, in 2014, she founded the Happy Hippie Foundation, dedicated to help young adults of the LGBT community, young adults living on the streets, and otherwise vulnerable groups.
Although she was married to a man (her marriage to actor Liam Hemsworth only recently ended), she still considers herself gender fluid, and so her Happy Hippie Foundation carries a special meaning for her. Besides this foundation, which constitutes her main focus, throughout the years the singer has supported many different charities and hospitals, in the form of performing at events, donating millions of dollars, and visiting sick fans at the hospital.