Welcome to Instagram, Amy Adams!

The 45-year-old actress joined the social network on Monday to help promote a good cause.

"Hi Instagram!" the Enchanted star wrote alongside her first post. "I've decided to finally join to shine a spotlight on kids across the country who need our help and support during this difficult time."

She then explained how she's partnering with Jennifer Garner to launch #SaveWithStories, which provides "a spot to watch your favorite celebrities read your favorite children's books." By building this community, the stars hope to support a new fund for a combined effort between Save the Children and No Kid Hungry. The fund addresses the food shortage and educational needs of children impacted by the coronavirus. 

"THIRTY MILLION CHILDREN in the United States rely on school for food," Adams continued. "School closures will hit vulnerable communities hard and @savethechildren and @nokidhungry are on the ground and ready to serve. They just need our help! These funds will help us make sure that families know how to find meals when schools are closed, support mobile meal trucks, food banks and other community feeding programs, provide educational toys, books and worksheets, and support out-of-school-time programs to help kids make up for lost time in the classroom."

She then explained how her followers—which totaled more than 18,000 at the time of this writing—can donate.

 "If you can manage a one-time gift of $10, please text SAVE to 20222," she wrote. "If another amount would work better for you, please visit our website—link in bio. There is no maximum and there is no minimum—together we will rise and together we can help. #SAVEWITHSTORIES."

She also read Dinosaur Princess, which is a story by Adams' daughter Aviana Olea Le Gallo. The book was also illustrated by Adams' husband Darren Le Gallo.

Garner also posted a video of herself reading The Three Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark, written by Ken Geist and illustrated by Julia Gorton.

Garner and Adams aren't the only stars contributing to relief efforts. To see how other celebrities are helping, check out the gallery below.

Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, SKIMS launch Nordstrom

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Nordstrom

Drew Brees, Madden Bowl XX at the Bud Light Hotel

Alex Reside

Bruno Mars, Song of the Year, 2018 Grammy Awards, Winners, 2018 Grammys, 2018, Winner

Matt Sayles/Invision/AP

Kylie Jenner, Kardashian Widget, 2019

Matt Baron/Shutterstock

Roger Federer

Jun Sato/WireImage

Arnold Schwarzenegger, 2018 SXSW Festival

Hubert Vestil/Getty Images for SXSW

Gwyneth Paltrow, Makeup Free Goop Dinner

Owen Kolasinski / BFA.com

Shawn Mendes, The Voice

Greg Gayne/NBC

Nina Dobrev, Paris Fashion Week


Britney Spears, Jamie Lynn Spears, Celeb Sisters

Splash News

Ryan Reynolds

Masatoshi Okauchi/Shutterstock

Eva Mendes, Fashion Police widget

New York & Company

Pre-Oscars parties - Cadillac Oscar Week - Elizabeth Chambers

Katie Jones for Cadillac

Rihanna, Fashion Police Widget, The Fashion Awards

David Fisher/Shutterstock

Project Runway, Christian Siriano


Celebrities with coronavirus, Kerby Jean-Raymond

Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Roc Nation

Bethenny Frankel

Patrick Ecclesine/Bravo

Kelly Ripa, Mark Consuelos, 2019 TrevorLIVE Gala, Arrivals

Stephen Lovekin/Shutterstock

Kanye West

Michael Wyke/AP/Shutterstock

Kim Kardashian

Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for ULTA Beauty / KKW Beauty

Miley Cyrus

Matt Baron/Shutterstock

ESC: Rita Ora

Christopher Polk/Getty Images

Eric Stonestreet, The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Michael Rozman /Warner Bros.

Russell Wilson, Ciara Harris

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik

Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds

Getty Images

Chiara Ferragni, Fashion Police Widget

Maria Laura Antonelli/AGF/Shutterstock

ESC: Lady Gaga

Wiktor Szymanowicz / Barcroft Media via Getty Images

Dierks Bentley

Zach Belcher

JJ Watt, Kealia Ohai


Justin Timberlake, ESPY Awards 2008

Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Rudy Gobert, Utah Jazz

Omar Rawlings/Getty Images

Stephen Curry

AP Photo/David Zalubowski

Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants

Al Bello/Getty Image

Vanessa Hudgens, Bad Boys For Life premiere

Leon Bennett/WireImage

Ayesha Curry, Stephen Curry

Trisha Leeper/WireImage

Justin Bieber, mask


Donatella Versace, The Fashion Awards 2019

Ian West/PA Wire

Zion Williamson, The ESPYS, Red Carpet Fashion

Michael Buckner/Variety/Shutterstock

Sheryl Sandberg

David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Kevin Love

Courtesy of Banana Republic

Blake Griffin, Comedy Central Roast of Alec Baldwin

Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP/Shutterstock

BTS' Suga, Bong Joon-Ho

Getty Images

Lil Nas X, Fashion Police widget

Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for GQ Men of the Year 2019

Bill Gates, Melinda Gates

Frederic Stevens/Getty Images

Mark Cuban, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP

To learn more about how coronavirus is impacting Hollywood and the entertainment industry, click here.

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