Who Gave the Most to Haiti?

Celebrities are sending cash and planning a telethon to aid quake victims. From George Clooney and Sandra Bullock to Chelsea Clinton and the Salahis, VIEW OUR GALLERY of generous stars.

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Sandra Bullock

Pledged $1 million

Between her Oscar nomination, Critics’ Choice Award, and her Golden Globe, it’s been a big month for Sandra Bullock. But the actress made it even bigger with a pledge of $1 million to Doctors Without Borders.

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Ted Turner

Pledged $1 million; evacuated Americans out of Haiti

Anderson Cooper and Sanjay Gupta weren't the only CNN-related good Samaritans: Network founder Ted Turner pledged $1 million to Haiti through the United Nations Foundation, and then, for good measure, helped evacuate fellow Atlantans off the island.

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Gisele Bundchen

Pledged $1.5 million

With a brand-new baby and a husband out of the NFL playoffs, supermodel Gisele Bündchen must have her hands full. Still, she took some time out of her busy schedule to pledge $1.5 million to the Red Cross after seeing the destruction from the earthquake.

Read more about Gisele's giving in our Celebrity Impact Rankings.

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George Clooney

Organized and co-hosted "Hope for Haiti" telethon, from Los Angeles

George Clooney has been working tirelessly since the earthquake to organize this Friday's "Hope for Haiti" event. His publicist told People, "He's been on the phone for three days straight with almost no sleep." Clooney even skipped the Critics' Choice Awards to prepare for the telethon, the third he's been involved in recently.

Read more about George Clooney's giving in our Celebrity Impact Rankings.

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Wyclef Jean

Raised more than $2 million through Yéle Haiti charity; co-hosted "Hope for Haiti" telethon from New York

Despite questions about the financial status of his charity Yéle Haiti, as well as its experience in disaster relief, Wyclef Jean's high-profile activism on the part of his homeland has led thousands of people to donate via text message. The musician co-hosted the "Hope for Haiti" telethon along with George Clooney and Anderson Cooper, which will be simultaneously broadcast from Haiti, New York, and Los Angeles.

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Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie

Pledged $1 million

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, two of Hollywood's foremost philanthropists, were quick to step in to help, donating $1 million to Doctors Without Borders through their Jolie-Pitt Foundation and flying in a "portable hospital" to help treat the wounded.

Read more about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's giving in our Celebrity Impact Rankings.

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Chelsea Clinton

Hosting charity spin class

While her father and mother head up high-profile efforts to help Haiti from both within and outside government, Chelsea Clinton is stepping up to do her part with a unique philanthropic concept—a charity spin class. Anyone looking to get fit while helping those in need can purchase a "seat" at the 90-minute class, co-hosted by Clinton, for between $100 and $1,000.

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Pledged $250,000

The Material Girl offered $250,000 to the Red Cross and an unspecified amount to Partners in Health.

Read more about Madonna's charitable giving in our Celebrity Impact Rankings.

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David Blaine

Performing 72 straight hours of street magic to benefit the Red Cross

When you’re not sure of the best way to help out in a tragedy, why not just go with what you know? That’s what David Blaine is doing: The magician, who filmed a special in Haiti in 1999, performed a marathon 72 hours of street magic this weekend, soliciting donations for the Red Cross along the way.

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John Travolta

Sent plane with supplies and medics

John Travolta arranged a plane filled with volunteer ministers, medics, and supplies for Haiti.

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Alyssa Milano

Pledged $50,000; asked corporations to match

Actress Milano joined the hordes of Twittering celebrities encouraging donations by revealing she'd donated $50,000 to UNICEF and encouraging corporations to match her gift. Though no one has yet pledged that same amount, Milano has had success raising money on Twitter before, during a campaign for Charity Water, a clean-water nonprofit.

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Blink 182

Selling charity “Blink Haiti” T-shirts online

The recently reunited pop-punk band jumped into the charity mix by offering a special T-shirt on their Web site, featuring their rabbit mascot holding a Haitian flag. All proceeds from the shirt’s sale go to the Red Cross.

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Olivia Wilde

Auctioning off her Golden Globes gown for charity

House star Olivia Wilde visited Haiti in December to help build a school, which was, tragically, destroyed less than a month later in the devastating quake. To help raise funds to rebuild the island, the actress—along with fellow stars Meryl Streep, Josh Brolin, Gerard Butler, Amy Poehler, and Jenna Fischer—is auctioning off her Golden Globes outfit and directing all the proceeds to Artists for Peace and Justice, earmarked for the Haitian people.

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Anderson Cooper

Co-hosted "Hope for Haiti" telethon on-the-ground from Haiti.

Moving this hurt child out of harm's way wasn't the only thing Anderson Cooper has been doing for Haiti: The CNN anchor co-hosted the "Hope for Haiti" telethon on Friday live from the earthquake-torn country.

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Alicia Keys

Performing at “Hope for Haiti” telethon.

The “Empire State of Mind” singer performed at the “Hope for Haiti” telethon.

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Christina Aguilera

Performed at “Hope for Haiti” telethon

Pop singer Christina Aguilera will be among the performers at “Hope for Haiti.”

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Performed at "Hope for Haiti" telethon

The U2 frontman and noted philanthropist and activist was a natural to perform at "Hope for Haiti"—but beyond that, producer Swizz Beatz claims that the Irish singer is recording a song with Jay-Z to benefit quake victims.

Read more about Bono's giving in our Celebrity Impact Rankings.

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Performed at “Hope for Haiti” telethon

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Salem Dalembert

Donated $100,000; traveled to Haiti to assist with relief

Philadelphia 76ers center Samuel Dalembert may be the NBA's only native Haitian player, but he's making an outsize impact: Not only has the basketball star already pledged $100,000 to UNICEF, he also promised to match any contributions from fans that come in during this Friday's Sixers' game. What's more, Dalembert will be traveling back to his homeland with the charity group Project MediShare to help in the relief effort.

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Ashley Judd

Hosted “Hoops for Haiti” telethon with University of Kentucky

Where else would diehard basketball fan and UK alumna Ashley Judd be for a charity event beside Lexington? Judd contributed auction items—including a dinner for six to be hosted at her home—and helped raise $525,000, a figure that was matched by the local group Cal’s Pals for Haiti.

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Tareq and Michaela Salahi

Waived appearance fee to raise donations

According to TMZ, the Salahis waived their appearance fee at a Las Vegas nightclub and asked the crowd for donations instead.