Angelina Jolie has been majorly focused on her humanitarian work in the last decade. She first became personally aware of humanitarian crises when filming Tomb Raider in Cambodia in 2000.
Since then, Angelina has traveled to over 20 countries. She’s worked with many organizations, as well as started one of her own. Eradicating rural poverty, protecting natural resources, conserving wildlife, and helping survivors of natural disasters and conflict are all close to her heart.
The actress’s generosity is well-documented, but she showed it in an especially heartwarming way recently. The mom of six recently made a generous donation to a lemonade stand run by two boys in East London.
Ayaan Moosa and Mikaeel Ishaaq are two 6-year-old boys. They started a lemonade stand about a month ago. They’re selling cups of the refreshing drink at £2 ($3) to passersby to raise money for a good cause. The boys want to help families in Yemen, which has been in the throes of civil war for the last five years. The money raised goes to One Nation, a UK-based relief and development charity whose Yemen Appeal initiative provides essential food packs, water supplies, and critical medical care to the citizens of the country.
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