US Weekly announces Most Charitable List

The celebrities that did the most good this year whether it's funding Chicago's public schools, victims of terrorist attacks, or the floods in Houston.

Emily Treadgold

Dosomething.org just released their list of most charitable celebrities. Taking the cake for the most charitable is Chance The Rapper who dethroned last year's Beyonce. Chance has been giving back to his hometown of Chicago donating and raising money for public schools. He even launched his own New Chance Arts & Literature Fund to support teaching arts in public schools.

My heart goes out to my hometown, Houston, and I remain in constant prayer for those affected and for the rescuers who have been so brave and determined to do so much to help.

Houston Chronicle

Next in line is Colin Kaepernick who notably started a social movement when he took a knee during the national anthem at a football game. He also donated millions to various charitable programs including Meals on Wheels. Ariana Grande comes in third after organizing a massive benefit for the victims of the Machester attack. One Love Manchester raised 13 million for the victims. Also on the list are Beyonce and J.J. Watt who raised money for victims of their hometown Houston's flooding.