When you hear the name Victoria Beckham, one person's mind may immediately go to fashion.
The designer has found huge success and a large celebrity following with her line of dresses, handbags, eyewear and more.
But when stepping out in New York City Monday for Fashion 4 Development's fifth annual First Ladies luncheon, Beckham wanted to express her family's consistent desire to help others in need.
"Romeo last year actually ran in the marathon and he raised money for both UNAIDS and David's charity as well that he has with UNICEF," Victoria explained to E! News before celebrating dignitaries and fashion figures for their efforts on global change. "As a family, we want to do whatever we can do to help and make a difference however big or small that is."
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She continued, "The children definitely want to do their bit too, which we're very proud of."
At Monday's event, Victoria was the main recipient and was praised for her positive social change with UNAIDS and other causes. It's an honor the Spice Girls member doesn't take for granted.
"Thank you Evie, @liviafirth and @francasozzani for honouring me with the #fashion4development award @UNAIDS x vb," she wrote on Twitter. "Good bye NY! #Fashion4Development @UNAIDS x thank you x. Naomi Campbell and Diane Kruger were also in attendance for the special event.
To hear more about Victoria's family, watch the video above!