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Most charitable celebrities of 2013 include Taylor Swift, One Direction, Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar, Paul Walker, Justin Bieber and more

by Caitlin Carter   Dec 30, 2013 11:22 AM EST

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DoSomething.org, a social change nonprofit site, has released is list of the most charitable celebrities of 2013. According to the list pop-country crossover star Taylor Swift topped the organization's annual "Top 20 Celebs Gone Good" for the second consecutive year.

Swift recently donated $100,000 to the Nashville Symphony to celebrate her 24th birthday. She also headlined a benefit gig in London that raised money for homeless youth, according to Rolling Stone.

Following behind Swift in the charitable rankings is the group One Direction who was recognized for raising more than $3 million through their single for the British charity Comic Relief as well as raising $800,000 to benefit cancer research. Beyoncé took third place with props for her work headlining the "Chime For Change" concert to support women's rights.

The late Paul Walker secured fourth place for hosting a charity event, which benefited victims of Typhoon Haiyan, on the same day he died in a car crash. He also founded the aid organization Reach Out Worldwide, which provides disaster relief to country's around the world.

Check out the full list of "Top 20 Celebs Gone Good" here, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!

1.Taylor Swift
2. One Direction
3. Beyoncé
4. Paul Walker
5. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
6. Sandra Bullock
7. Kerry Washington
8. Ian Somerhalder
9. Ryan Seacrest
10. Carrie Underwood
11. Jennifer Lawrence
12. Alicia Keys
13. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul
14. Miley Cyrus
15. Demi Lovato
16. Blake Shelton
17. Mindy Kaling
18. Kevin Durant
19. Kendrick Lamar
20. Justin Bieber

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