Sandra Bullock donated $1 million to the Red Cross after the Sept. 11 attacks in 2001.
After the devastating tsunami in Indonesia in 2004, the brunette gave $1 million to the Red Cross to help with relief efforts.
The mother of two gave $1 million to the Red Cross after Hurricane Katrina.
The Blind Side star donated $1 million to the Red Cross to aid earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan in 2011.
Back in 2015, Bullock, who voiced Scarlet Overkill, the world’s first-ever female super-villain, in Minions, debuted a pair of custom-designed Rupert Sanderson shoes at the film's Los Angeles premiere. Later, 10 similar pairs, autographed by the actress, were put up for auction with the proceeds going to the Art + Practice Foundation, an organization that encourages education and culture by providing life-skills training for foster youth in the 90008 ZIP code as well as free, museum-curated art exhibitions and moderated art lectures to the community of Leimert Park.
Svend Petersen, longtime pool manager of the Beverly Hills Hotel, was going through some tough times in April of this year. A GoFundMe page was set up in order to help the aging octogenarian get an apartment after becoming homeless. Upon hearing what the 86-year-old was going through, Bullock took it upon herself to donate $5,000 to the campaign. On the GoFundMe page, the actress wrote, "'Everything is going to be ok!' Louis Bullock (My son)." Luckily, the star was one of 400 people who helped Petersen get back on his feet after years of service.
The Love Potion No. 9 actress also donated $1 million to Doctors Without Borders after the Haiti earthquake in 2010.
In 2005, Warren Eason Charter High School, New Orleans' oldest public high school, was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. The hurricane caused more than $4 million in damages to the school. In 2012, Bullock donated $25,000 to the rebuilt school school (which is close to where her son Louis was born) and was selected to be put in the Warren Easton Hall of Fame. Additionally, the Our Brand is Crisis star helped open an on-campus health clinic at the school in 2010.