Cause Effect Agency recently interviewed actress Serinda Swan about her charity practices, thoughts on year-end giving, and whether she trusts celebrity endorsements of organizations.

How do you tend to find the causes to which you connect?

If I don’t know about an issue or a cause I’ll immerse myself and read up on it until I feel that I know what’s going on. I’m a bit of an autodidact like that. It’s really about just staying aware of what’s happening in the world. I love RYOT News because of that. It’s probably one of my favorite places to get my news because you get the stories, but then you also get how you can help. Nowadays I feel that the news almost creates helplessness because it is this barrage of negativity. You may see an argument between two professionals or between two experts on what’s right and what’s wrong, but it’s never really how to help or a way you can get involved with the situation.

You can read the full interview here

Source: Cause Effect Agency

comments powered by Disqus

Latest news

New Song By Five Finger Death Punch, Brian May and More Benefits Gary Sinise Foundation

New Song By Five Finger Death Punch, Brian May and More Benefits Gary Sinise Foundation Apr 17, 2019

The multi-platinum rock group Five Finger Death Punch has teamed up with the legendary Brian May of Queen and two of the biggest names in country and blues rock, Brantley Gilbert and Kenny Wayne Shepherd to record a special version of the song “Blue On Black” mixed by Kevin Churko (Ozzy Osbourne, Shania Twain, Disturbed). More
More news