Oscar-winner Adrien Brody, The Good Wife star Alan Cumming, Greg Finley (Secret Life of the American Teenager), Monica Raymund (Lie to Me) and other celebrities are teaming up to support Hollywood Arts, a Los Angeles-based non-profit that empowers homeless and at-risk youth through art and music-based programs.

In a new PSA, the stars share their personal stories of mentorship and how the arts changed, and sometimes saved, their lives.

Celebrities have supported this cause over the years. Stars like Saturday Night Live’s Jason Sudeikis and Judah Friedlander stand behind Hollywood Art’s mission to build self-esteem through art.

Each year, Hollywood Arts hosts their “Dream Awards,” which honors entrepreneurial executives and those in the entertainment industry who use their platform to promote the arts and at-risk youth. Last year, Maroon 5 was honored, and the money raised allows Hollywood Arts to open a brand new facility and accept more homeless youth to their programs.

Hollywood Arts announced today that this year’s Dream Awards will be hosted by E! host Michael Yo on November 13th at Raleigh Studios in LA, with a special performance from Grammy Award winning guitarist Tom Morello from Rage Against The Machine.

For more information, you can visit Hollywood-Arts.org.

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