Olivia Wilde: Here's How You Can Help

Olivia Wilde: Here's How You Can Help

Olivia Wilde steps out in in Alberta Ferretti at the DIC/InStyle Diamond Fashion Show on Thursday (January 14) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 25-year-old actress has been updating her Twitter with ways how you can help Haiti in the nation’s time of need. Olivia is the co-founder of Artists for Peace and Justice, a group aiming to build hospitals, schools and orphanages in Haiti.

“[W]ent to sleep worried sick about our friends we have not heard from,” Olivia tweeted. “[P]lease please keep encouraging your friends to donate for Haiti relief.”

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  • ZombieDuVal

    I am sorry this earthquake happened and so many people are dead, missing or left homeless. It’s a horrible situation. But there are celebrities with charities, a telethon coming, the Red Cross, and Doctors Without Borders, churches and other random groups asking for money for Haiti now. In about six months, maybe in a year, there will be scandals. Someone will point a finger and say money got stolen, people didn’t get helped, there were scams, etc. It’s sad but true. Our government gives their government more than $100 million a year to help them during ordinary times. What happens to that $$$ what do they do with it? Now we’re giving them even more money. I think they need to set up some kind of clearing house and make a plan how the money will get used properly, and have someone maybe the United Nations keep track of it & make sure it is used right.


    So overrated. Has the lower jaw of a lion.

    Good cause tho!

  • Tealeaf

    Real People are the ones who will be in Haiti, helping the injured and sick, rebuilding the city. We don’t need celebs reminding us to give, People give out of their heart, not cause some Celeb asked them too.Most celebs are just trying to look good about asking people to give, why don’t they give some of their time

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    @ZombieDuVal: You’re absolutely right.

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  • QueenOfTrashin

    Twenty-five, my a*s*s! See piture of 39-year-old actress two posts below this picture. See picture of “25-year-old” (LOL!) Olivia above. I rest my case.

  • Debutante


    I agree with you, but I also know there’s a lot of people who want to “do something” in a vague way, but don’t take the next step. So when the celebrities make it a huge deal, it does have an influence. Look at it another way. Yes, the first responders and the people “on the scene” are going to be working and working to get it done, to help people and rebuild. But they can’t do it without money. When celebrities endorse cars, or or clothes designers, or perfumes, it influences people’s buying habits. Corporations spend billions to advertise with celebrity endorsements. So there isn’t anything wrong with a celebrity endorsing a good cause and using their fame to get people involved.

  • Reem

    Who cares what her motives are if she’s trying to help? What happened to the world seriously if we immediately start questioning sincerity instead of approving of good deeds regardless of reasons behind them!

  • Priscila

    @Reem: You are right.

  • mickey

    She has an interesting face because she has great eyes but she is not really all that pretty, yet she is still striking in a unique way. She seems to go to the opening of a tuna can.

    She is right though, people should do what they can to help Haiti–that’s a dire situation.

  • nikki

    She seems to have had an organization aimed at helping Haiti for awhile and she has friends there, so it is a little different.

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  • Marieme

    Consider me a new fan. I saw her on Rachel Maddow tonight and she was very informed about Haiti, having just been there in December. Olivia came across as caring and serious about helping. The woman walks the walk. Very cool.

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    she kinda has a weird forehead and her legs arent all that great

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