From social media influencers to A-list celebrities, many high-profile individuals are using their fame and fortune to make a positive impact on the world. This article explores how these stars are making a difference through various philanthropic efforts and partnerships.

Elsa Majimbo: Comedian and Philanthropist

Elsa Majimbo, a comedian from Nairobi, Kenya, gained popularity through her TikTok videos during the pandemic lockdown. With her unique sense of humor and anti-work ethos, she has landed deals with Fenty, MAC, and Beats by Dre. In addition to her comedy career, Majimbo is a talented chess player and has released a dub-ASMR single called “Snack Queen.” She has also collaborated with luxury brand Valentino on a book called The Alphabet for Adults and Kids and hosted a podcast called Bedtime With Elsa. Through these endeavors, Majimbo is using her platform to raise awareness and funds for various charitable causes.

Paris Hilton and the Met Gala

Paris Hilton will attend her first-ever Met Gala, an annual fashion event that raises money for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. The event is invitation-only and tickets cost $30,000, with tables costing $275,000. The guest list is carefully presided over by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and includes celebrities such as Dua Lipa, Michaela Coel, Penélope Cruz, and Roger Federer. By attending this prestigious event, Paris Hilton and other celebrities are supporting the arts and promoting philanthropy in the fashion industry.

Kim Kardashian and the 2023 Met Gala

Kim Kardashian has announced she will be attending the 2023 Met Gala, despite initial reports suggesting the Kardashian-Jenner family had not received an invitation. Kendall Jenner is also likely to attend the event, which will be live-streamed on the Vogue website and social media platforms. The Met Gala is an exclusive event held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, with a guest list put together by Anna Wintour. By attending this event, Kim Kardashian and her family are contributing to the fundraising efforts for the Costume Institute and demonstrating their commitment to philanthropy.

Met Gala: A Platform for Philanthropy

The Met Gala is not only a celebration of fashion but also an opportunity for celebrities and designers to support the arts through philanthropy. Guests pay $30,000 for an individual ticket and $275,000 for a table, with some up-and-coming designers receiving invitations and some celebrities invited to wear a designer’s work without having to pay. There is a waitlist for those hoping to attend, and guests must be over the age of 18. The number of guests can vary from 200-800, but the impact of their contributions to the Costume Institute is significant and far-reaching.