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Celebs support #GivingTuesday

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After all the commotion of Black Friday, Giving Tuesday provided a welcome break from the drama when a host of celebs took to Twitter to voice their support for the causes closest to their hearts.

Tom Daley

The olympic diver is offering lucky fans the chance to go on a double date with him and his partner Dustin Lance Black, all for charity

Carey Mulligan

The actress lends her voice to children suffering in war zones

David Tennant

The Scottish actor chose Edinburgh charity Circle when posting his #unselfie

Dan Snow

Going for something a little bit different, Dan Snow chose to highlight a crowd funding space project!

Miranda Hart

The comedienne chose to back employment initiative Spear.

Lily Cole

​Instead of Christmas presents, Lily Cole is asking for donations to the indigenous Yawanawa community

Alexandra Burke

​The X Factor star promoted Breast Cancer Care’s #GivingKisses campaign

JK Rowling

The author tweeted a link to her project Lumos, helping children in Moldova access education

Krishnan Guru Murphy

The Channel 4 newscaster issued a charitable message, hoping to help children with Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Ed Miliband

The labour leader went local when he sent out his #GivingTuesday tweet

David Cameron

Our prime minister kicked Giving Tuesday off with a bang by mentioning the campaign live on TV