DoSomething.org, a global movement of young people doing good, announces its ninth annual Celebs Gone Good list, which includes John Cena in the top 10.
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John Cena has been nominated for DoSomething.org’s annual Celebs Gone Good list, which celebrates entertainers around the world who are using their voice and platforms to support important social causes.
John Cena has been named as one of Susan G. Komen’s 35 More Than Pink influencers.
WWE and Susan G. Komen will continue their partnership for the fifth consecutive year by encouraging fans to take action in the fight against breast cancer through Komen’s More Than Pink movement.
Learn more about Kelsey, a 6-year-old who has benefited from Connor’s Cure research done at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
In an effort to help find a cure for pediatric cancer, WWE announced the first “Get the Gear, Give the Gear” campaign, where fans can purchase bracelets and bandanas with 100 percent of net proceeds benefiting Connor’s Cure.
Learn more about Lance, a 10-year-old who has benefited from Connor’s Cure research being done at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
SummerSlam returns to the New York City metro area with a week-long lineup of events including interactive fan experiences and community
New mom Rosa Mendes shares her Mother's Day wishes with the WWE Universe.