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Avon Global Ambassador

Reese’s Part
Reese Witherspoon has been named the first-ever Honorary Chairperson of the Avon Foundation, it was announced on August 1, 2007. In this newly-established role, Ms. Witherspoon will work with the Avon Foundation on its mission programs focused on breast cancer, domestic violence and emergency relief initiatives. Reese is also serving in the newly created role of Global Ambassador for Avon Products, Inc.

“I am very excited to be partnering with the Avon Foundation, which is known the world over as a crusader for women’s causes.” said Ms. Witherspoon. “I am truly impressed by how Avon has been able to effect real change. I feel a great responsibility in my own life to give back to society. Now, as the Honorary Chairman of the Avon Foundation, I am proud to be joining in the great philanthropic work that is already underway.”

“We are delighted to welcome Reese to the Avon Foundation as our first-ever honorary chairman,” stated Carol Kurzig, executive director, Avon Foundation. “She has a passionate commitment to helping other women and giving back to society, and her personal warmth touches all who meet her. We are confident Reese will accelerate the Avon Foundation’s work to improve the lives of women.”

As one of her first official acts, Ms. Witherspoon joined the Avon Foundation executives and Andrea Jung, Chairman and CEO of Avon Products, Inc., on August 1, 2007, to greet walkers at a training walk for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer Los Angeles, coming up on September 15-16. The surprise visit by the actress, and the news of her role with the Avon Foundation, sent a flash of excitement through the throng of walkers, who had the opportunity to chat with Reese before heading out for their scheduled training walk through LA.

“As a woman and a mother I care deeply about the well being of other women and children throughout the world and through the years, I have always looked for opportunities to make a difference,” said Reese.

About The Foundation
The Avon Foundation is a public charity founded in 1955 with a mission to improve the lives of women and their families globally. Today that mission is brought to life through two key initiatives: the Avon Foundation Breast Cancer Crusade, which advances access to care and finding a cure, with a focus on the medically underserved; and the Speak Out Against Domestic Violence program which works to end the cycle of domestic violence, with a special focus on children. The Avon Foundation also supports emergency and disaster relief. Funds and awareness are raised through a wide variety of programs and events such as the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer series, the Need for Speed Relay Against Domestic Violence, the annual Awards Celebration, and the sale of unique fundraising products. Through 2006 more than $500 million had been raised and donated worldwide for breast cancer and domestic violence as well as emergency/disaster relief and the original mission of the Foundation, women’s empowerment.

Official Website | Event Photos: Walk for Breast Cancer, Press Conference | Videos

8th New Orleans Katrina Child Watch

Reese’s Part
In May 2006, fresh out of her Oscar win, Reese Witherspoon lent her name once again for an important cause. Along with a delegation of prominent Hollywood and Washington, DC women – including Jennifer Garner, Cicely Tyson, Regina King, and Deborah Santana – Reese traveled to New Orleans on May 8th to shine a light on the acute mental health, health and education crises of children traumatized by Katrina’s storm over eight months ago. The delegation saw New Orleans’ devastated Lower Ninth Ward; visited a trailer camp to talk with Katrina survivors about their living conditions; met with children and parents at the opening of the first of thirteen planned CDF Freedom Schools sites in Louisiana to provide children summer educational and cultural enrichment, mental health and health supports; talked with doctors operating a mobile medical van; and met with women leaders from Gulf Coast states, including Women of the Storm, to hear their concerns about the struggles of Katrina families and communities.

Reese Witherspoon said that the May 8th Katrina Child Watch visit will be the first of many to the Gulf Coast states and to the doors of political leaders until they act to prevent irreversible harm to Katrina children and provide comprehensive national coverage to the nine million children denied the basic right to health and mental health care in the richest nation on earth.

“I don’t think you get a real clear perspective unless you come down and see it,” Reese said. “The children need attention right now.” “I think that this issue has waned in the media. I think that the children of Katrina, and the mothers and the families, are not at the forefront of the news media right now. I feel really like it’s absolutely imperative that myself and this delegation of women have gotten together to come down and show that we haven’t forgotten. We still care about these children. We are going to continue to lobby for these children.”

Her experiences in New Orleans left Reese with an everlasting print. “I feel really blessed to be able to be on this side of it, but I also recognize the huge responsibility that we have to these people. And I will never forget this experience”, she said.

About The Foundation
The Children’s Defense Fund’s Leave No Child Behind® mission is to ensure every child a Healthy Start, a Head Start, a Fair Start, a Safe Start, and a Moral Start in life and successful passage to adulthood with the help of caring families and communities.

Official Website | Event Photos | Interview with Reese Witherspoon

Children’s Defense Fund

Reese’s Part
Reese first read Children’s Defense Fund Founders novel The Measure of Our Success during her year in Stanford University. Later, between the filming of Election and Legally Blonde, Reese went through “a little bit of a rough patch. It was before Legally Blonde, and I was having a hard time getting a job. There were all these questions about my weight, and I was asking myself, Why am I an actress? What is life about? So I started reading the book again, and I called the Children’s Defense Fund to see if I could help.” Since then Reese has regularly participated in voluntary fund-raising events, contributed financially, and donated all of the proceeds from the Legally Blonde Barbie Dolls and meets with each year’s college–scholarship winners. Reese has also attended the 2004, 2005 and 2006 Annual Beat the Odds Awards.

About The Foundation
Children’s Defense Fund (CDF), founded and owned by Marian Wright Edelman, is a program set up to help ensure that American children receive a Healthy, Fair, Safe and Moral head start in life. The organization pays particular attention to children in poor financial situations and with disabilities. CDF makes an effort to educate Americans about the needs of children and encourages preventive investment before they get ill and to keep them on the right path in life. CDF is a private, non-profit organization which runs by support by foundation and corporate grants and individual donations. The organization never takes government funds. The foundation was started in 1973.

CDF provides a strong, effective voice for all the children of America who cannot vote, lobby, or speak for themselves. They pay particular attention to the needs of poor and minority children and those with disabilities.


Official Website | Event Photos: 2006, 2005, 2004

Declare Yourself

Reese’s Part
On March 2, 2004, Reese among with many other A-List celebrities, entertainment industry executives and the media arrived at the historic Beverly Hills Post Office to encourage America’s young adults to register and vote in the 2004 election. The website also lists Reese as a friend of the organization.

About The Foundation
Declare Yourself is a non-profit campaign founded by TV producer and philanthropist Norman Lear that was created in 2004 to encourage young American’s the benefits of voting. Many public figures helped make it a successful event including celebrities, voting organizations and fashion industries.


Official Website | Event Photos

The Rape Treatment Center

Reese’s Part
In September 2002, Reese along with husband, Ryan Phillippe hosted a brunch to raise awareness for the center.

About The Foundation
The Rape Treatment Center (RTC) at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center was created in 1974 and provides treatment for rape victims as well as education and prevention programs. The RTC receives support from many celebrities and has received honours and recommendations from important figures including the Government of California and the California State Legislature.

Official Website | Event Photos

Chime Charter School

Reese’s Part
In August of 2002, Reese attended a benefit at Louis Vuittion for the Chime Charter School. All shopping proceeds went to the school.

About The Foundation
In collaboration with California State University, The Chime Institute opened The Chime Charter School in September, 2001. The school provides a setting where children with disabilities are welcomed as equal and equally valued members of the classroom. Fifteen to twenty percent of children in each class have some form of disability. Families from diverse cultural, linguistic, and socioeconomic backgrounds are brought together in a community where diversity is valued.

Official Website | Event Photos

The College Pathways Project

Reese’s Part
In March of 2002 Reese along with husband, Ryan Phillippe attended the Back to School night in support of this program.

About The Foundation
The College Pathways Project works to help economically disadvantaged students in the Los Angeles Unified School District by offering special four-year cycle programs. Through weekly and bi-weekly lessons beginning in the ninth grade, the program works with students in the classroom and provides opportunities and information relevant to college, careers and personal empowerment.

Official Website | Event Photos

Million Mom March

Reese’s Part
In May of 2000, Reese attended the march with her mother Betty Witherspoon.

About The Foundation
Founded in 1999, now working with the Brady Campaign, the Million Mom March is a national organization dedicated to preventing gun death and injury and supporting victims and survivors of gun violence.

Official Website | Event Photos

AIDS Project Los Angeles

Reese’s Part
In February of 1998, Reese along with husband, Ryan Phillippe attended a ‘Commitment to Life’ benefit for APLA/AIDS.

About The Foundation
AIDS Project Los Angeles founded in 1982, is one of Americas largest AIDS service organizations. It aims at improving the lives of people affected by HIV disease; reducing the incidence of HIV infection; and advocating for fair and effective HIV-related public policy in Los Angeles County.

Official Website | Event Photos

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The Morning Show (2019)
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Your Place Or Mine (2023)
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