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“We’re celebrating grass roots heroes among us—people who might be your own friends and neighbors!” - Rachael Ray
Meet the Squad!
1. Beth Ostrosky Stern
WHO: Best-selling author and former model
DO-GOOD CRED: Spokesperson for the North Shore Animal League America, the world’s largest no-kill shelter. She has fostered hundreds of kittens—in fact, her entire Instagram account is dedicated to facilitating animal adoptions.
2. Andrew Kaplan
WHO: Director of Rachael’s special projects and host of the new Beyond the Plate podcast
DO-GOOD CRED: Cofounder and director of Yum-o!, focused on teaching kids to cook and ending hunger
3. Adrian Grenier
WHO: Actor, filmmaker and Dell’s Social Good Advocate and UN Environment Ambassador
DO-GOOD CRED: Cofounder of the Lonely Whale Foundation, which helps support marine life health. Lonely Whale's #StopSucking challenge urges people to stop using single-use straws that are clogging up our oceans.
4. Ndamukong Suh
WHO: Starting defensive tackle for the Miami Dolphins
DO-GOOD CRED: Founder of the Ndamukong Suh Family Foundation, which funds scholarships and kids’ education initiatives
5. Clinton Kelly
WHO: TV host and fashion consultant
DO-GOOD CRED: Supports the New York Pet Rescue, which helps neglected cats and dogs find forever homes
6. Curtis Granderson
WHO: Outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers
DO-GOOD CRED: Founder of the Grand Kids Foundation, which supports kids’ nutrition and fitness
7. Katie Lee
WHO: Celeb chef and host of The Kitchen
DO-GOOD CRED: On the board of directors at the Food Bank for New York City, which distributes food to over 1.5 million people each year
8. Peter Walsh
WHO: Professional organizer and Rach buddy
DO-GOOD CRED: Supports the Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBTQ civil rights org in the U.S.
9. Marc Murphy
WHO: Celeb chef and restaurant owner
DO-GOOD CRED: Board member and Food Council Member of City Harvest, which provides food for New Yorkers in need. He is also part of Share Our Strength, a national organization to stop childhood hunger.