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Small charities often make a discreet impact, changing lives without recognition for their good works. "Give" seeks to shine a light on these organizations, sending philanthropically-minded celebrities from film, television, music, sports and business to learn about their practices. Each episode a celebrity ambassador visits two charities that employ innovation and a dedication to positive change in their communities and the world, helping to spread the inspirational stories of the quiet heroes behind the scenes and their missions to make a better society.

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Passionate leaders at non-profits.
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Some of Jenna's favorite moments from the season include Kyle Martino bungee jumping, Derek Hough dancing with kids, and working with therapy dogs.
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Actor Wilmer Valderrama visits two Los Angeles based organizations and helps veterans find their footing in civilian life while they recover from the wounds of war.
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Actress Cynthia Erivo visits organizations that bring the transformational power of creativity to young people in New York City.
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Blair joins a workshop at Bunker Labs, which helps military vets start businesses; Armed Services Arts Partnership encourages veterans to express themselves through art.
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Professional baseball player Mark Teixeira visits the Literacy Volunteers and the Maria Fareri Children's Hospital.
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The Gabby Wild Foundation cares for injured animals at Cornell University; the Rainforest Connection uses discarded cellphones to help stop illegal logging and halt deforestation.
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Philanthropically-minded celebrities from film, television, music, sports and business visit charities that use innovation and dedication to effect positive change in their communities and the world, helping to spread inspirational stories.
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San Francisco organizations help prepare young kids of color for entering the high-tech industry; at Hidden Genius, kids take part in an immersion program; Code 2040 creates pathways to success in technology for kids of color.
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Actress Camilla Belle visits two organizations making an impact with people of all ages, ONEGeneration and SPARK.
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Singer and actress Kat Graham visits Orange County, Calif., where two organizations support low-income and homeless children and their families with comprehensive services designed to interrupt intergenerational cycles of poverty.
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Pajama Program provides books and pajamas to children and teens living in shelters and foster care; Behind the Book brings professional writers into schools to conduct writing workshops.
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Actress and blogger Jamie Chung goes to South Los Angeles to visit two organizations dedicated to the well-being of pets and their human families.
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Two New York-based charities that are transforming the lives of children in need.
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Jenna Bush Hager goes to Colorado to visit two organizations that teach children and teens the importance and joy of caring for their environment.
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News correspondent Jenna Bush Hager visits the Northeast Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation; Jenna and chef Alex Guarnaschelli teach kids a thing or two in the kitchen; an organization tries to break the cycle of poverty for young adults.
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Internet star Bethany Mota joins UNICEF in Brooklyn, New York, to help malnourished children in Haiti; UNICEF's Kid Power program; Bethany creates a competition for kids to see who can earn the most points.
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A visit to Inner-City Arts, an organization that offers high quality art instruction to public school students in Los Angeles.
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Actress Laura Marano visits Skid Row Housing Trust and A Community of Friends in Los Angeles.
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Chef Kristen Kish visits Boston charities NEADS Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans and the Life Is Good Foundation.
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Actress Jillian Rose Reed spends time with the homeless at Safe Place for Youth in Venice Beach, Calif., and visits Harmony Project in Los Angeles.