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Save With Stories

Elizabeth reads Adrian Simcox Does NOT Have a Horse by Marcy Campbell and Corinna Luyken, for Save the Children & No Kid Hungry’s #SaveWithStories. The fund goes out to support schools and community programs, make sure they have what they need to keep brains and bellies full now that schools have shut down due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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“I trained to [become a volunteer] and then did Wind River, and it had a deeper meaning in some way because I’ve never been assaulted, I’ve never had to personally deal with anything like that.” Olsen now volunteers at the center every Tuesday. She says she was reluctant to talk about this volunteer work during recent film festivals promoting Wind River. “It was like, ‘I don’t need to tell people what charity I do.’ I think it’s funny when people are like, this is my charity. It’s also not something to brag about. It’s a really devastating thing in the world.”

Elizabeth is a very private person when it comes to speaking about not only her personal life, but also her volunteer work. To respect her wishes, we have only compiled information on charity and causes she has publicly supported.

The Latitude Project

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The Latitude Project is an organization working to alleviate poverty in Latin America by pursuing and funding initiatives that improve the standard of living. Elizabeth had her first contact with the organization in 2017 when she met founders Jenn and Alanna Tynan while on a trip to Nicaragua.

After visiting areas that needed infrastructure support, she volunteered in a school to repair desks and update the athletic equipment. In an interview with InStyle, Elizabeth shared her experience on the two trips she took where she got to work with the organization.

The Tynans were working with impoverished local communities that needed infrastructure support, so I went with them to visit these areas and ended up volunteering in a school to repair desks and update the athletic equipment. I learned that Nicaragua is the second-poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, and each year The Latitude Project chooses a different community to partner with on a big initiative, which could be anything from building a preschool to improving access to latrines.

Jenn and Alanna empower the community by fully involving everyone in the task at hand. Residents know that if they don’t show up to work then the project won’t get done. The locals take so much pride in it that they are motivated to maintain these structures and systems after the Latitude team leaves. Everyone knows the Tynan sisters as the hermanas. There is so much excitement around their presence because they have set a tone of trust and intimacy.

This past fall I went on my second trip to San Juan del Sur and visited a new community. This area didn’t have any electricity, so we distributed solar lights. Because I’m not fluent in Spanish, the best way I can communicate with the people is physically—I play kickball with kids or act like a clown just to make them laugh.

St. Jude Inspired Questions

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Inspired Questions is St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s project, kicked off in 2019, in which viewers can discover fun facts about their favorite influencers and celebrities. Elizabeth sat down for a fun Q&A, giving insight into her new hobbies, most challenging on-screen role and what moved her about St. Jude.

Save with Stories

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In response to school closures due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, actresses Jennifer Garner and Amy Adams came up with #SAVEWITHSTORIES. In partnership with Save the Children and No Kid Hungry, they will be offering stories on Instagram and Facebook to provide fun, education, and distraction for kids and parents. They will also be challenging people they know – actors, athletes, musicians, politicians – to join them.

Elizabeth joined the movement in March 2020, posting on her official Instagram page a video of herself reading Adrian Simcox Does NOT Have a Horse by Marcy Campbell and Corinna Luyken. The fund goes out to support schools and community programs, make sure they have what they need to keep brains and bellies full.

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