Positive Paparazzi: Woody Harrelson's Eco Friendly 'Paper Route'

Celebrities Do Good

Some stars start fashion lines, others open restaurants. Woody Harrelson took a different route by starting a paper company that's good for the environment. Now, when we print out a million documents after only seeing typos on the hard copies, we can do it with a smaller carbon foot print.

Tiffany Trump, daughter of--big surprise here--Donald Trump, has inherited her father's knack for money making. She, along with other stars, helped raise $50K at the Millennial Ball 2.0, a charity event at which donate proceeds go to Gabrielle's Foundation for Cancer Research.

Kings of Leon and The Flaming Lips are ready to rock for a cause. The two groups, along with Jackson Browne and Built to Spill, will headline at the Rock For Oklahoma benefit concert on July 23. Tickets are on sale now!

Swoon-inducing James Franco has launched a $500K Indiegogo campaign to benefit young directors AND the Art Elysium. Get ready to swoon your face off and watch his campaign vid below.

HOLD UP. Chris Brown may have actually done something to redeem himself: by teaming up with the posthumous Aaliyah--you heard me--he released a new video called "They Don't Know About Us." The song sounds like a teenage love song, but the video portrays a more discerning message of anti-gang violence. Check it out:

90210 star, Annalynne McCord hosted the June 13 event for the Disrupting Slavery Charity to benefit Somaly Mam, an organization dedicated to empowering victims of modern slavery so they can sustain lives of dignity.

Model Bar Rafaeli showed her support for Tel Aviv Pride Week in a typical, not weird way at all. And by that I mean she had a photo shoot in a men's public bathroom. What better way to celebrate pride week than with a little eccentricity? You go girl.

Yesterday (June 20) was World Refugee Day, and UNHCR ambassador, Angelina Jolie, shared a message to raise awareness of the Syrian humanitarian crisis.

The Stella Adler Studio of Acting paid tribute to the late James Gandolfini, whose last public appearance was at the Stella By Starlight Benefit Gala, which benefited charities such as the Stella Adler Outreach Division, a program that provides free actor training to low-income, inner-city youth.

Here's to the stars, the A-listers, the rich and benevolent who made the world a little better than it was yesterday. Cheers to THAT.

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