The website DoSomething.org has come out with its list of 20 celebrities "gone good" in 2013. Take a look at the site's picks for the most generous celebrities of the year.
20. Justin Bieber: Bieber helped fulfill the wishes for more than 200 kids in the Make-A-Wish program and helped raise $1.2 million to support Typhoon Haiyan relief.
19. Kendrick Lamar: This rapper helped raise thousands of dollars for Superstorm Sandy victims.
18. Kevin Durant: The NBA player donated $1 million toward relief efforts after tornadoes hit Oklahoma and got Nike to donate goods to those affected.
17. Mindy Kaling: The actress best known her work on "The Office" attended several benefits to raise money for female empowerment groups, including Girls Inc., and food organizations, including the LA Food Bank.
16. Blake Shelton: This country singer helped raise $6 million for tornado recovery in Moore, Okla., by spearheading the Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert.
15. Demi Lovato: This singer spent a good deal of tie raising money for Free the Children this year, launching a charity boutique on eBay with proceeds supporting the group and earning close to $50,000 for the charity on "The Price is Right."
14. Miley Cyrus: The singer supported "Free the Nipple," an indie film on censorship in the U.S. by tweeting a photo of herself with her shirt lifted up and hearts acting as censors.
13. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul: The stars of "Breaking Bad" used the series' finale to raise $1.8 million for anti-bullying charity The Kind Campaign. Lucky winners got to watch the finale with the cast.
12. Alicia Keys: The singer headlined the Global Citizen Festival, which supports a group trying to rid the world of extreme poverty by 2030. She also visited and donated to Typhoon Haiyan survivors, and she worked with her charity Keep a Child Alive, which she founded to help families dealing with HIV/AIDS.
11. Jennifer Lawrence: The "Hunger Games" star hosted a pre-screening of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" to raise money for the St. Mary's Center, which supports people with intellectual disabilities.
10. Carrie Underwood: This country star donated $1 million raised from her "Blown Away" tour to the Red Cross to help with tornado relief in Oklahoma.
9. Ryan Seacrest: In between all his hosting gigs, Seacrest worked with his nonprofit group, The Ryan Seacrest Foundation, to work with stars to visit kids in hospitals.
8. Ian Somerhalder: This "Vampire Diaries" star has his own charity, the Ian Somerhalder Foundation, that works on environmental issues.
7. Kerry Washington: The "Scandal" star serves on the Presidents Committee for the Arts and Humanities, supporting arts programs in low-income areas.
6. Sandra Bullock: This actress was honored for her ongoing work with disaster relief and education groups with a Mothers Who Make a Difference Award and the People's Choice Award's Favorite Humanitarian prize.
5. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis: This musical duo won the Video Music Awards' prize for best music video with a social message for "Same Love."
4. Paul Walker: The late actor founded Reach Out WorldWide, a disaster relief group the links professionals who have the skills to help in disasters, like doctors, nurses and firefighters.
3. Beyonce: This singing superstar headlined "Chime for Change," a concert in London supporting women's rights.
2. One Direction: This boy band raised more than 2 million pounds to help people in Africa and the United Kingdom who are living in severe poverty, and they raised more than $780,000 for cancer research.
1. Taylor Swift: The country star donated $100,000 to the Nashville Symphony and headlined an event raising money for Centrepoint, a British charity that helps homeless young people.