Sandra Annette Bullock, born in Arlington, Washington, D.C.
You might recall Sandra starring in the films – Demolition Man (1993) and Wrestling Ernest Hemingway (1993) were memorable yet her stardom only came with the smash hit Speed (1994). She won the Oscar for her role in The Blind Side (2009) and her blockbusters The Proposal (2009). The Heat (2013) and Gravity (2013).
“America’s Sweetheart” Sandra Bullock has earned her name tenth fold. American actress, producer, and philanthropist, Oscar award-winning actress was chosen as People’s World’s Most Beautiful Woman in 2015. She is not only beautiful on the outside but inside too, with a heart of gold. Sandra’s definition of beauty is simple – ‘to be a good person.’ I have to agree there.
In 2010 and 2014 Sandra Bullock was the highest paid actress in the world.
Over the passed decade Sandra Bullock has been quietly donating to various people and causes in their times of need.
Let’s take a look at Sandra’s generosity:
In 2001, in response to the 9/11 attacks, Sandra donated US$1 million to the American Red Cross.
In 2004, Indonesia was affecting by an earthquake, which caused a tsunami that rocked the nation. Sandra donated US$1 million.
In 2005, Sandra donated US$25,000 to help rebuild Warren Easton Charter High School in New Orleans, which was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina. PEOPLE reported that she is still assisting the school with various projects.
In 2005, Sandra donated US$1 million to the aid of Hurricane Katrina relief funds.
In 2017, Beverly Hills Hotel’s pool manager, Svend Peterson found himself homeless, Sandra offered him US$5,000 after landing up in financial troubles three years prior.
In 2010, Sandra donated US$1 million to Doctors Without Borders’ emergency operation in Port-au-Prince after the earthquake in Haiti.
In 2011, Sandra donated US$1 million to the American Red Cross to aid the disastrous earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan.
In 2017, Sandra donated US$1 million to the American Red Cross towards Hurrican Harvey relief fund in the Houston area.
In 2018, Sandra donated US$400,000 to American Red Cross and US$100,000 to the Humane Society of Ventura Country, California towards the wildfire relief.
In a statement, Sandra said “we have to take care of one another” and that she’s “just grateful” that she can do it.
In another statement, Sandra said, “We’re all family in this, whether it be human, furry, or feathered.”