Celebrity Moms Who Make A Difference! Variety's Power of Women Luncheon...

Katherin Heigl

Spotted on the Red Carpet were some of  Hollywood’s Hottest Moms! For the past 3 years and now on #4 Variety Magazine has hosted an exclusive event celebrating the Power of Women and their impact on philanthropic and charitable causes.

Variety honors a select group of women in entertainment who, through their efforts, have made a significant difference to their chosen causes. The 400 invite-only guest list is made up of Hollywood insiders and A-list talent such as Katherin Heigl, Jennifer Garner, Ana Ortiz, Felicity Huffman who are celebrating, supporting and paying tribute to the philanthropic efforts of these amazing women. 

The goal of Variety’s Power of Women is to inspire and encourage people from all walks of life to get involved, give back and make a difference. 


  • Katherin Heigl 1 of 7
    Katherin Heigl
    Katherine Heigl is very involved in philanthropy! Specifically, donating $1 million to a new project called Compassion Revolution that helps companion animals. As well as Heigl's own charity, the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation (JDHF). JDHF was founded by Heigl and her mother in memory of their late brother and son. The organization's mission is to "eliminate needless suffering inflicted on animals by human cruelty, indifference, and ignorance," and it does so through programs such as free spaying and neutering, transport of shelter dogs, and an internal rescue group.
  • Ana Ortiz 2 of 7
    Ana Ortiz
    Ana is extremely involved in giving back. Last summer Ana Chose to ask guests for her baby shower to donate to Baby Buggy instead. Some of the other charities she has worked with are AIDS Healthcare Foundation Animal Rescue Foundation Clothes Off Our Back Eva's Heroes Point Foundation Real Medicine Foundation Red Cross
  • Paula Patton 3 of 7
    Paula Patton
    Paula and Robin Thicke contribute to Save the Music Foundation
  • Halle Berry 4 of 7
    Halle Berry
    Halle's list keeps growing. Afghanistan Relief Organization, Barbara Davis Center for Childhood , Diabetes, Callaway Golf Foundation, Clothes Off Our Back, Diabetes Aware, DKMS, Entertainment Industry Foundation, Jenesse Center, Kids Wish Network, LIVESTRONG, Love Our Children USA, Make-A-Wish Foundation, March Of Dimes, Revlon Run/Walk For Women, Shane's Inspiration, Stand Up To Cancer, and T.Y.M.E. Ministries
  • Anne Heche 5 of 7
    Anne Heche
    Anne is often spotted at charity events to support children with Cancer such as The Rally for Kids with Cancer.
  • Jennifer Garner 6 of 7
    Jennifer Garner
    Garner hosted a dinner to benefit The Women's Cancer Research Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center as part of the Godiva Celebrity Charity Dinner Auction. She became an Artist Ambassador for Save the Children in 2009. Here are the 19 Charities Jennifer contributes to ... Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, Alzheimer's Association, A-T Children's Project, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Children Mending Hearts, Clothes Off Our Back, Entertainment Industry Foundation, I Have a Dream Foundation, International Medical Corps Make Poverty History, March Of Dimes, Milk+Bookies, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Pediatric Epilepsy , Project (RED), Save the Children. Stand Up To Cancer, The Art of Elysium.
  • Felicity Huffman 7 of 7
    Felicity Huffman
    Felicity has quite the list of charities! A Day Made Better, Clothes Off Our Back, Dress for Success, Entertainment Industry Foundation, Homeless Not Toothless, Kids Wish Network, National Stroke Association, P.A.D., Padres Contra el Cancer.

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