, the largest not-for-profit exclusively for young people and social change, announced its 10th annual Celebs Gone Good list, which celebrates stars who have used their influence to change the world in 2018. Here are a few of the highlights!

Beyoncé used her enormous star power for social change and earned a spot on the Celebs Gone Good list. The Grammy winner continued her mission of good this year, bringing attention to cancer and disease research with her performance at the City of Hope Gala and helped raise funds for the WACO Theater in her home state of Texas.

Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda has been “non-stop” this year, from starring in Mary Poppins Returns to supporting March For Our Lives and When We All Vote. He has also continued to raise money for Hurricane Maria relief by staging Hamilton in Puerto Rico.

Other Celebs Gone Good honorees include Troye Sivan, who raised awareness for LGBTQ rights, and Chance the Rapper, who pledged $1 million for mental health services in his hometown of Chicago, earning a spot on the list for the second straight year. Reese Witherspoon made her voice heard by saying #TimesUp standing up for all survivors of sexual harassment and abuse.

The 2018 Celebs Gone Good list:
Lin-Manuel Miranda
Chance the Rapper
Lady Gaga
Chadwick Boseman
John Legend & Chrissy Teigen
Simone Biles
Jennifer Garner
Katie Couric
Laverne Cox
Donald Glover
Ariana Grande
Serena Williams
Mandy Moore
Michael & Pele Bennett
Constance Wu
Samantha Bee
Reese Witherspoon
Andy Cohen
Beth Behrs
Lauren Jauregui
Debra Messing
Troye Sivan
Tracee Ellis Ross
Carrie Underwood
Amandla Stenberg
Jordan Peele
Ava Duvernay

In addition to the Celebs Gone Good list, chose Celebs to Watch in 2019, six young talents who are primed to make a huge social good impact next year. This year’s Celebs to Watch are:

Joshua Rush
Chloe x Halle
Marsai Martin
Joel Courtney
Elsie Fisher
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez

For more information about Celebs Gone Good, visit

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