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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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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.
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Soccer analyst Kyle Martino visits Playmakers Program at Family and Children's Aid in Danbury, Conn., and Newton Athletes Unlimited's Camp Echo Bridge in Newton, Mass.
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Project Renewal's Culinary Arts Training Program helps those at risk for homelessness; Back on My Feet uses running as a physical and motivational tool for working toward independent lives.
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Helping underserved students build social and emotional skills with therapy dogs; STEM Kids NYC in Harlem, New York.
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Connie Stevens and daughter Joely Fisher visit two organizations that help seniors by using programs designed to foster intergenerational opportunities.
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Aldis Hodge visits two nonprofits using the arts to help young people change their lives.
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Author and chef Sunny Anderson visits two nonprofit organizations that help women and girls make plans for the future.
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Professional soccer player Cobi Jones and professional basketball player Jordan Clarkson visit two Los Angeles area organizations using sports to change the lives of underserved children and teens.
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Two animal rescue organizations serving homeless and injured cats and kittens; Jenna helps divide a $35,000 donation from the ASPCA between them.
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Two Southern California nonprofits working to end intergenerational poverty and homelessness.
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Celebrity ambassadors J.R. Martinez and James Pickens Jr. visit two Philadelphia-based organizations that give underserved and special needs individuals opportunities to excel academically and in the arts.
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Philanthropy expert Joan Garry and Life Is Good Children's Foundation head Steve Gross revisit innovative organizations.
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Revisiting individuals whose lives are enriched by organizations that have been featured on the show.
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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.