It may have been a busy weekend for the stars as they celebrated the Emmys, but it was a huge weekend for Reality Cares, which hosted three massive celebrity charity events.

On Friday and Saturday, the foundation hosted a Giving Lounge, where celebrities were asked to give back to charity in order to receive hot products. Some of the stars who turned out for the event included Boo Boo Stewart, Alan Thicke, Bob Guiney, Patrick Gallagher and Chelsea Staub.

Friday night saw Reality Cares hold a Cancer Benefit event to raise money for The Wellness Community-West Los Angeles, a charity that provides free education and support for people living with cancer. Hosted by Vienna Girardi, the event was attended by Rebecca Mader (Lost), Kara Taitz (The Hard Times of RJ Berger), Kayla Ewell (Vampire Dairies), Paul Iacono (The Hard Times of RJ Berger), Amber Lancaster (The Hard Times of RJ Berger), Bob Guiney (The Bachelor), Jesse Spencer (House), Patrick Gallager (Glee) and many more.

And on Saturday night, Reality Cares wrapped up their fantastic weekend by hosting their Achievement Awards. The event honored Carrie Ann Inaba, Whitney Port and Sophia Bush, and featured an awesome performance by JoJo. Among the famous faces spotted at the event were Phil Keoghan (The Amazing Race), Bertram Van Munster (The Amazing Race), Elise Doganieri (The Amazing Race), Tion Williams (The Young and the Restless), James Preston (The Gates), Vincent De Paul (Mad Men), Bronson Pelletier (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) and more.

And for those who missed out on the event, Reality Cares is hosting a massive online auction to raise cash for charity, with items donated by Céline Dion, the Jonas Brothers, Nick Cannon, Jordin Sparks and Kristin Chenoweth up for grabs. Click here to make a bid.

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