Here’s Why Ellen DeGeneres Just Might Be the Most Charitable Person Alive

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There are a million reasons to love Ellen DeGeneres. She’s hilarious. She’s charismatic. She can out dance anybody out there, and she’s pretty much the best talk-show host this country has ever seen. But above all the reasons mentioned above, DeGeneres’ amazing generosity is what makes us hold her near and dear to our hearts. We were reminded of just how charitable DeGeneres is this week when she pledged to donate upward of $75,000 to humans and animals impacted by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.

“A lot of people in Texas have lost their homes,” she said in a segment of her show on Monday. “The city of Houston has been hit the hardest. I know people would like to help. I would like to help.”

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