what sweet pic? aniston is the biggest user of all! all she does is pose with these sick kids for media mileage but she has never donated a single cent to st jude! ive seen her tax returns and it was show she never donated money to any institutions.
Sure you've seen Jennifer's tax returns (all of them!) - and I'm the Queen of England -
Just to clarify that yes St. Jude's is one philanthropic cause that Jennifer lends her name and face too - and has for many years, since back in her Friends days. But her contributions don't end there. Marlo Thomas (the founder of St. Judes' daughter, and Jennifer's onscreen mom in Friends) has mentioned on various occasions that Jennifer has been amazing for St. Jude - that she has privately visited the hospital, that she has personally contributed to the campaigns, and that her ads for St. Jude are always the best because Jennifer is so warm and caring and this shines through when she works with the kids. Jennifer has also reportedly stayed in contact with some of the children she has appeared in ads with. Just because Jennifer doesn't feel the need to notify the media everytime she donates or supports a cause, does not mean she hasn't contributed.
She has a few causes that are close to her heart - namely St. Jude and Friends of El Faro that she both lends her star power to as well as privately supports, along with other charitable organizations that she donates to - like the Red Cross, Feeding America and Doctors Without Borders, to name a few, and others that she contirbutes to in other ways (like through clothing donations for auctions or designing items to auction or sell).
There was a 2004 interview that she did with an English journalist - that I cannot find the link to at the moment - where she even expressed her position on charity, and particulalry public charity by celebrities. The reporter mentioned that she and Pitt (who was still her husband at the time) gave to many causes but predominantly did so privately. Jennifer responded that she (they) didn't feel comfortable making public their contributions because they were no one's business, and the contributions should merely be about charity, not highlighting her and Pitt as charitable givers. she went on to say that of course there were certain campaigns where it was appropriate to lend their name and face as part of the cause, or provide an item or design for auction, but that their personal monetary donations to those charities they felt should remain private. Essentially she drew a distinction between publicly supporting and raising awareness of a cause and publicly announcing your own personal contribution to a cause.