The Look to the Stars team prides itself on reporting inspirational celebrity news that other sources miss, and on its close partnerships with charities and celebrities. We were therefore delighted to act as guest editors for Celebrity Society Magazine, highlighting the philanthropic work of a number of top celebrities.

Celebrity Society is a quality publication that celebrates the philanthropic spirit of celebrities and dedicates its pages to the promotion and encouragement of good works in the community and beyond.

For its latest issue, the magazine turned to Look to the Stars – the leading online source of celebrity charity news – to provide an in-depth look at some celebrities who have applied their energies in highly personal and direct ways to support the causes close to their hearts. The individuals featured include George Clooney, David Beckham, and Salma Hayek.

Celebrity Society Magazine Cover, June 2008

Started over three decades ago, Celebrity Society has become a leading authority on the extraordinary people whose contributions make up the life source and voices of non-profit organizations and foundations, and gives readers insight into their philanthropic passions. Available throughout California, Aspen and New York, Celebrity Society Magazine is a quarterly subscription magazine that includes celebrity profiles and exclusive interviews with the “movers and shakers” of the philanthropic community.

To learn more about Celebrity Society Magazine and read some of Look to the Stars’s editorial and features, visit the magazine’s web site at

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