Humanitarian & social work

» Charities & foundations supported

Adrien Brody has supported the following charities listed on this site:

  • Artists for Peace and Justice

Supports communities in Haiti through programs in education, healthcare, and dignity through the arts with other artist and celebrities. Artists For Peace And Justice’s “Let’s Build A School For Haiti”.

  • Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes

The Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes is one of the largest diabetes programs specializing in type 1 diabetes research and care (both children and adults) in the world. Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes has received support from Adrien Brody.

  • Hollywood Arts

The nonprofit Hollywood Arts which is using a combination of entertainers as mentors, arts-based education and inspiration to rescue some of the 10,000 homeless young people living on the streets of Los Angeles. Stars Stand Up for Hollywood Arts.

  • Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

In 2015 he auctioned his “Tiger on Last Legs” artwork at the third-annual Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation Gala in St. Tropez. Brody’s painting was auctioned off at a whopping 250,000 euro, equivalent to over $275,000. He also raised an additional 150,000 euro on behalf of an elephant charity by auctioning off a safari tour.


On 2012 Adrien Brody has written a letter on behalf of PETA, to New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn calling for her support of Intro. 86A, a City Council bill that looks to replace the horse-drawn carriages that line Central Park with vintage-style, eco-friendly cars. The letter comes following a incident in which a horse was spooked and bolted into traffic, leaving three people injured.

  • Racing for Kids

A beneficiary of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Pro/Celebrity Race since 1991. More than $2 million has been donated by Toyota to Memorial Miller Children’s Hospital and Children’s Hospital of Orange County in the name of Racing For Kids. Adrien Brody is joined to other pro/celeb to race benefits racing for kids.

  • The Art of Elysium

Encouraging working actors, artists and musicians to voluntarily dedicate their time and talent to children who are battling serious medical conditions.


The Annual UNICEF Snowflake Ball, New York. UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to save and improve children’s lives, providing health care and immunizations, clean water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief and more.

  • Save The Children

In 2015 Bulgari ambassadors Adrien Brody (with his mom Sylvia Plachy), Jon Kortajarena, Lilly Wittgenstein & Isabella Ferrari witness first-hand the humanitarian activies funded by Bulgari for ‘Save the Chindren’ to help Nepal in the after-math of the devastating earthquake.

  • amfAR

In 2016 he donated his painting “Grey Dragon,” to the event to raise money for AIDS research. Sold at the amfAR gala for $100,000 to singer Coco Lee and her husband, Bruce Rockowitz, CEO of Global Brands.

  • G&T Continental Foundation
  • The Guatemala National History Museum

On May 2015 he donate his artwork to the G&T Continental Foundation, to benefit the Guatemala National History Museum.

» Causes supported

AIDS & HIV, Animals, At-Risk/Disadvantaged Youths, Art, Cancer, Children, Diabetes, Disaster Relief, Environment, Health, Human Rights, Miscellaneous, Poverty, Senior Citizen Support, Slavery & Human Trafficking.