Brad Pitt  and Angelina Jolie  are not only known as superstar A-list actors, but also as two of the biggest philanthropists in Tinseltown. The couple and their children spent Christmas in Namibia (the birthplace of their daughter Shiloh!) and rounded out 2010 with a partnership with the N/a'an ku sê Lodge and Wildlife Sanctuary , a $2 million donation on behalf of the Jolie-Pitt Foundation, and a very CGG-esque start to the new year.
Founded in 2007, the N/a'an ku sê Lodge & Wildlife Sanctuary is dedicated to conserving Namibian wildlife and rescuing threatened species; it provides a safe haven for orphaned and injured animals to be cared for while they cannot survive on their own in the wild. The Jolie-Pitt Foundation's donation will help maintain a clinic that offers free medical care, in addition to being used for large-scale animal conservation projects.
Mom and Dad weren't the only ones doing some good – during their stay at the lodge, Shiloh and her siblings even helped feed orphaned baby baboons and foxes. Talk about getting up close and personal!