Slideshow: The Rich and Famous Give Back
In October 2006, Chris DeWolfe, CEO of MySpace, led the Rock For Darfur campaign, a concert series touring across the United States showcasing big-name bands devoted to raising funds - and consciousness - for the Darfur crisis. A portion of the proceeds will go toward the Oxfam America's Sudan Crisis Relief and Rehabilitation Fund. According to their Web site's description, Oxfam America is "an international relief and development organization that works to end poverty, hunger and injustice."
Oprah Winfrey and learners cut the ribbon at the official opening of her Leadership Academy for Girls School at Henley-on-Klip, South Africa, Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2007. Winfrey opened the world class school for poor but talented South African girls fulfilling a long-cherished dream and a promise to her hero, Nelson Mandela. (AP Photo/Denis Farell)