Make A Wish Foundation of Greater Los Angeles

La Edición del Milenio del Libro Guinness de los Records, Michael Jackson es Record Guinness al ser la estrella del pop que más ha apoyado a organizaciones de caridad.

Los siguientes proyectos han sido apoyados por Michael:

AIDS Project L.A.

American Cancer Society

Angel Food

Big Brothers of Greater Los Angeles

BMI Foundation, Inc.

Brotherhood Crusade

Brotman Burn Center

Camp Ronald McDonald

Childhelp U.S.A.

Children’s Institute International

Cities and Schools ScholarshipFund

Community Youth Sports & Arts Foundation

Congressional Black Caucus (CBC)

Dakar Foundation

Dreamstreet Kids

Dreams Come True Charity

Elizabeth Taylor Aids Foundation

Juvenile Diabetes Foundation

Love Match

Make-A-Wish Foundation

Minority Aids Project

Motown Museum


National Rainbow Coalition

Nelson Mandela’s Children’s Fund

Red Cross, Rotary Club of Australia

Society of Singers

Starlight Foundation

The Carter Center’s Atlanta Project

The Sickle Cell Research Foundation



United Negro College Fund (UNCF)

United Negro College Fund Ladder’s of Hope

Volunteers of America

Watts Summer Festival

Wish Granting

YMCA - 28th Street/Crenshaw.

Research has shown that Michael supported at least 33 more charities, namely:

Democratic National Committee

Community School/Safety Havens Initiative

Lupus L.A.

United Nations High Commission for Refugees

Atlanta Children’s Foundation

Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Social Change

Foundation for the Junior Blind

Oneness, Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation

The International Child Art Foundation

Go For Your Dreams, Opportunity Village

Off-Road-Kids e.V


T.J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS Research

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

National Solidarity Fund

Family Caring for Families

Operation Christmas Child

Children’s Defense Fund

Children’s Diabetes Foundation

Boys and Girl Clubs, Ghandi Foundation for Children

Crown Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s

Heal L.A.

Prince’s Trust

Youth Sports & Art Foundation

Jane Goodall’s Ape Research Institute

Children’s Wish Foundation

Give For Life

Wishing Well Fund


Camp GoodTimes


A few Robert-Susan moments on the red carpet at the Make-a-Wish Foundation of Greater Los Angeles 4th Annual Wishing Well Gala, December 7, 2016 at the Hollywood Palladium, honoring Robert Downey Jr. with the Shining Star Award for his commitment to helping grant children their wishes.

These two are so cute to watch on the carpet - they hold hands or touch the entire time, and he’s always careful to bring her into the interview or give her the spotlight, even though it’s clear she’d rather have the spotlight on him.  RELATIONSHIP GOALS.

Thank you to Make-a-Wish and their hard-working PR team for the red carpet credentials and the opportunity to shoot this great event and share it here! 


Two of my photos from tonight’s (December 7, 2016) red carpet at the Make-a-Wish Foundation 4th Annual Wishing Well Gala, honoring Robert Downey Jr. with the Shining Star Award for his many contributions as a wish-granting hero.  Thank you to Make-a-Wish of Greater Los Angeles for the carpet credentials and invitation to cover the gala - and permission to share photos on Tumblr. 

“Over the years, Robert has granted dozens of wishes for children around the world, and has personally brought hope, strength and joy to Wish Kids and their families.  In addition, he has donated funds through his foundation, Random Act Funding,” providing resources to help make other children’s wishes come true,” reads the award citation. “One of today’s most popular actors, Robert is best known by Wish Kids for his role as Iron Man in the Iron Man and Avengers franchises, as well as his title role in the Sherlock Holmes franchise. Superheroes are of special importance to Wish Kids, as they provide escape from difficult medical treatments and embody the power that kids need to fight and stay strong.

“Among the many memorable wishes Robert has granted include: helping nine-year-old Domenic, who has cystic fibrosis, fulfill his wish to be a superhero; surprising seven-year-old Alex, who was born missing most of his right arm, by presenting him with a specially made replica of Iron Man’s famous arm; and welcoming 17-year-old Cameron, an enthusiastic Avengers fan, to spend the day with him during production on the set.”


Of course he did.

Congratulations, Robert!!!