Can you match the celeb to their favorite charity?

Matt Damon in an image for the charity Water.org.
Photo: Water.org

How much do you and your favorite celeb have in common? See if you can guess their charity interests and if they're the same as yours.

Photo: Water.org
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A Southern right whale breaching the surface.
Photo: Wikimedia

Question 1 of 10 Score: 0

This actor is neither shaken nor stirred in defending the oceans:

In addition to saving the world time and again as James Bond, Irish actor Pierce Brosnan has for decades also been a force in ocean activism. Charities he supports include the Whaleman Foundation, Oceana, and The Ocean Future's Society.

Photo: Wikimedia
Israeli actress Gal Gadot in a scene from "Fast and Furious 6."
Photo: Fast and Furious 6

Question 2 of 10 Score: 0

Israeli actress Gal Gadot keeps her support sharpened for this charity:

In addition to using her role as the DC Comics' superhero Wonder Woman to fight for gender equality, Gal Gadot is also a supporter of the educational charity Pencils of Promise. Since 2008, the non-profit has served over 35,000 students and built 380 schools.

Photo: Fast and Furious 6
Matt Damon poses for a Water.org campaign.
Photo: Matt Damon/Facebook

Question 3 of 10 Score: 0

American actor Matt Damon will gladly grab a drink to discuss this charity:

Damon, along with American engineer Gary White, launched Water.org in 2009 to help developing regions gain access to clean water and sanitation. To date, the organization has helped improve water access for more than three million people.

Photo: Matt Damon/Facebook
The charitable coffee brand Laughing Man.
Photo: Laughing Man

Question 4 of 10 Score: 0

This actor clawed his way into the charitable coffee business in 2011:

Australian actor and "Logan" star Hugh Jackman, best known for his portrayal of Marvel Comics' superhero Wolverine, launched the Laughing Man coffee brand in 2011. The foundation uses 100% of profits to support educational programs and social entrepreneurs around the world.

Photo: Laughing Man
TV personality/musician Gene Simmons
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Question 5 of 10 Score: 0

This rocker often blows a kiss to the Mending Kids charity:

Co-founder of the classic rock group KISS and self-confessed comic book fan, Israeli rocker Gene Simmons is also a big supporter of charities focused on helping children. Mending Kids, which sends doctors around the world to help kids in need, counts Simmons as one of their most famous patrons.

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The New York Restoration Project has planted more than one million trees throughout New York City.
Photo: NYRP/Facebook

Question 6 of 10 Score: 0

New York Restoration Project is the budding passion of this singer:

Founded in 1995 by American musician Bette Midler, the New York Restoration Project has planted more than one million trees, restored parks, and renovated gardens throughout the city's five boroughs.

Photo: NYRP/Facebook
A picture of solar panels.
Photo: Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

Question 7 of 10 Score: 0

This Oscar-winner gives major green to help fund green projects around the world:

Through his eponymous foundation, American actor Leonardo DiCaprio has raised and given away tens of millions of dollars to global environmental organizations. Causes supported by "The Revenant" star include species conservation and renewable energy .

Photo: Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation
An image of American actor Brad Pitt taken for the Make It Right Foundation.
Photo: Make It Right

Question 8 of 10 Score: 0

Co-founded by Brad Pitt, this charity speaks to his love of architecture:

Started in the wake of Hurricane Katrina's devastating impact on New Orleans' Lower 9th Ward, the Make It Right Foundation is the brainchild of American actor Brad Pitt. Since 2006, the charity has built 90 homes with sustainable features such as solar energy, rainwater harvesting, and recycled materials.

Photo: Make It Right
Israeli actress Natalie Portman is a self-confessed foodie.
Photo: Jaguar PS/Shutterstock

Question 9 of 10 Score: 0

Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman will lend you some time to talk about this charity:

Since 2003, "Jackie" star Natalie Portman has served as an ambassador for the micro-lending charity FINCA International. The group helps to finance women-owned businesses in developing countries.

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Actor Edward Norton
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Question 10 of 10 Score: 0

American actor Edward Norton leveraged the online crowd to launch this website for charities:

In 2010, Norton launched Crowdrise with the intent of making online fundraising a fun and painless endeavor. The site has one million members that have collectively raised more than $500 million for charities. The site was acquired by GoFundMe in 2017.

Photo: David Shankbone/Wikimedia Commons