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On September 27, Kristen Bell attended the Samsung 17th annual Charity Gala in New York City. She was there with Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Seinfeld and Mariska Hargitay, among others, to raise money for their respective charities.
The gala is an initiative of Samsung’s philanthropic platform, Samsung Gives, and raises funds “to help charitable initiatives provide access to education, mentorship, leadership skills and life-saving medical treatment for children all across the country.” This year’s beneficiaries included organizations ranging from the Global Wildlife Conservation to the Lollipop Theater Network.
Kristen was wearing a Lela Rose top and skirt, Jimmy Choo heels, and Pearl Collective earrings.
Kristen Bell turned on the lights of the Empire State Building for the Women’s Peace & Humanitarian Fundas the organization’s global advocate.
“So very honored to light up the @empirestatebldg in pink and blue today in honor of the @wphfund and their mission to empower women around the world who are working every day to make their communities better. We are here to help,” Kristen wrote on Instagram.
Bell was wearing an Ulla Johnson turtleneck, Nanushka pants, Schutz mules, a Jimmy Choo bag, and Zoe Chico earrings.
Kristen Bell was spotted with some fans while shopping at Old Navy on Tuesday (September 25) at the Beverly Center in Los Angeles.
The actress launched a fundraising contest on Omaze with the prize being a trip to L.A. to go back-to-school shopping with her.
Flights, hotel, a $1,000 gift card for the winner, and a $250 gift card for the winner’s guest were all included.
The contest benefited Old Navy’s ONward! platform, which empowers the next generation with the real-world skills, training and jobs to make a difference in our communities and blaze a path forward to a brighter future.
On September 15, Kristen Bell attended the National Women’s History Museum’s 7th Annual Women Making History Awards in Beverly Hills, California
The brunch is held annually commemorate women’s achievements and generate awareness of the importance of preserving women’s history and to highlight the need for a national women’s history museum on the National Mall in Washington, DC.
Kristen was presented with the Women Making History Award, as well as actress Kathy Bates, New York Times Best-Selling Author Patrisse Cullors and actress Gabrielle Union.
The honor is given to a select group of women who have made a significant contribution to their field and serve as an inspiration to women everywhere.
Bell was wearing a August Getty cape, Brian Atwood shoes, Dean Davidson ring, and Zoe Chico earrings.