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This docuseries, which premiered in 2016 on NBC, puts the spotlight on the charitable activities of celebrities. It features stories of small charitable organizations that receive gifts that are awarded on the show. Each episode features segments in which the celebrities in question visit the charities to observe the organizations at work.

2 Seasons, 32 Episodes
October 8, 2016
Documentary & Biography
Cast: Jenna Bush, Joan Garry

Give Full Episode Guide

  • Hollywood icon Connie Stevens and her daughter, actress and singer Joely Fisher, visit two organizations helping seniors with unique multigenerational programs, and help determine how to divide a $100,000 gift from the Eisner Foundation.

  • Award-winning actor and artist Aldis Hodge visits two LA-based nonprofits that use the power of the arts to help young people change the direction of their lives, and helps divide a $50,000 gift from the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation.

  • Author and Chef Sunny Anderson visits two New York City based non-profit organizations that help women and girls imagine and realize brighter futures for themselves and their communities. In the end, Sunny will help determine how to distribute a $50,000 gift from the New York Women's Foundation between the two charities.

  • Pro-Soccer Star Cobi Jones and NBA Rising Star Jordan Clarkson team up to visit two Los Angeles area organizations using sports to change the lives of underserved children and teens. When the final buzzer sounds, they'll help decide how to divide a $50,000 gift from the LA84 Foundation between the two organizations.

  • Author and NBC News correspondent Jenna Bush Hager visits two volunteer-run animal rescue organizations serving homeless and injured cats and kittens, and helps decide how to divide a $35,000 donation from the ASPCA between them.

  • Give Executive Producer Blair Underwood visits two Southern California non-profits working to end intergenerational poverty and homelessness, and helps determine how to distribute a $35,000 gift from the Lawrence Welk Family Foundation.

  • J.R. Martinez and James Pickens Jr. visit groups for special needs students.

  • Philanthropy expert Joan Garry and Life Is Good Children's Foundation head Steve Gross revisit organizations that respond in innovative ways to big challenges.

  • Give revisits some of the great individuals whose lives are enriched every day by organizations featured on the show.

  • Camilla Belle visits two innovative organizations making a big impact with people of all ages, from children to seniors.

  • Jenna Bush Hager revisits some of her all-time favorite moments from this season.

  • Wilmer Valderrama visits two Los Angeles-based organizations helping veterans recover from the wounds of war and find their footing in civilian life.

  • Jenna Bush Hager visits two San Francisco area organizations that are dedicated to preparing young kids of color to enter the high tech industry.

  • Baseball All-Star Mark Teixeira visits two charities providing life-enhancing programs to the communities they serve.

  • Jenna Bush Hager, NBC News Host and Correspondent, heads to a few New York City based organizations that utilize the power of books to produce positive results in the academic and emotional lives of kids and teens.

  • On This episode of Give, Blair Underwood - who is the son of a 28-year Army veteran - stops by two non-profits who are trying to help veterans adjust to life following service.

  • Tony Award winner Cynthia Erivo stops by organizations that offer the transformational power of creativity to young persons in New York City.

  • Kat Graham, Actress and Singer, visits Orange County, California to see two organizations that help low-income and homeless kids and youth and their families with comprehensive, long-term services created to interrupt inter-generational cycles of poverty.

  • Sterling K. Brown visits two Los Angeles-area organizations that mentor young men of color, helping them break negative cycles and make changes for themselves and their communities.

  • Jamie Chung goes to South Los Angeles to visit two organizations dedicated to the well-being of our furry friends and their human families.

  • Blair Underwood visits two New York-based charities that are transforming the lives of children in need.

  • Jenna Bush Hager visits two Colorado organizations that teach children and teens the importance of caring for their environment.

  • Jenna Bush Hager visits organizations in Brooklyn, New York, that serve community members through housing advocacy, education and career opportunities.

  • Jenna Bush Hager, former first daughter and "Today" show contributor, visits A Fair Shake for Youth, an organization that uses therapy dogs to help kids build social skills, and STEM Kids NYC, which teaches science, math and tech to kids in Harlem.

  • YouTube star Bethany Mota teams up with UNICEF in Brooklyn, New York, to help malnourished children in Haiti.

  • Emmy Award-winning dancer and choreographer Derek Hough visits Inner-City Arts, an organization that offers high-quality arts instruction to public school students in Los Angeles.

  • Actress and recording artist Laura Marano visits two organizations: Skid Row Housing Trust and A Community of Friends, both charities that believe in providing a stable home base to help people find their feet.

  • Chef Kristen Kish go to Boston charities NEADS Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans and the Life Is Good Foundation.

  • Actress Jillian Rose Reed hangs out with the homeless at Safe Place for Youth in Venice Beach, CA, and stops at Harmony Project in L.A.

  • Former pro soccer star and NBC Olympics correspondent Kyle Martino tours the Playmakers program at Family & Children's Aid, and makes a trip to Newton Athletes Unlimited's Camp Echo Bridge, a sleepaway camp for special needs kids.

  • Blair Underwood goes behind the scenes with two charities helping New York's homeless: Project Renewal's Culinary Arts Training Program and the NYC chapter of Back on My Feet.

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