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Actress Jessica Biel attended the Make The Difference Network Holiday Party at Children's Hospital Los Angeles on Tuesday.

The 26-year-old co-founded the Make The Difference Network after helping a young fan with muscular dystrophy deal with his illness. When the boy passed away, Biel set up the network to utilize the internet to help charities link up with donors.

Tuesday’s party featured a ton of holiday fun, including face painting, cookie making, Christmas tree decorating, Santa, and much more. Alex Band of The Calling provided the entertainment, and actor Tyler Hilton’s foundation TH Books presented a donation of books to the hospital’s library.

“I look up to these kids, they’re so inspiring to me,” Biel told ET. “It makes me feel very lucky and blessed. It’s a humbling experience to get to know these really strong people who are our future generation.”

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