Halle Berry's little angel Nahla is only six years old, but the glamorous mom says it's not too early to teach her daughter about "giving back."
The mother-of-two co-hosted the Entertainment Industry Foundation Revlon Run/Walk For Women Saturday at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
The annual event raises money for cancer research and outreach programs.
During a chat with E! News' Kristina Guerrero, Berry revealed what she planned to tell Nahla about the event.
"It's important to teach her about giving back," she said.
Then the Oscar-winning actress graciously posed for a pic with Kristina's baby boy Mateo.
Afterwards, Berry headed off to join her co-host, Up All Night actress Christina Applegate, who is a breast cancer survivor.
Bruce Willis, Berry's co-star in the 2007 movie Perfect Stranger, was also there to help make a difference.
Since the first EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women in 1994, the events, held in both New York and Los Angeles, have raised more than $70 million, according to the charity's website.