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Celebrities join forces in New York city this week to showcase Johnson & Johnson donate a photo program to raise money for not one but four good causes this holiday season.

Zachary Levi: What is going on is this massive pop up event in the middle of times square... We took it over guys. You can donate too... Today and everyday... Just download the free donate a photo app, click which organization you wish to donate to and start sharing your photo with #Donateaphoto.

Nigel barker: The great thing about the donate a photo app, of course, is that for every photo that is donated $1 will be given by Johnson & Johnson to the cause of your choice. The four causes... Operation smile provides corrective surgeries to children around the world with facial deformities. Save the children give parents and care givers tools and training for early education. Girl up school cycle initiative provides bicycles to girls in rural Guatemala to help them get to school safely. And the USO helps deploy US Service members phone or video call home.

Katherine Mcnamara: I am so excited to be here today to support girl up through the Johnson & Johnson donate a photo app. Giving back to the causes we care about has never been so easy.

Michael Sneed: This is something really inherent to who Johnson & Johnson is. We are a mission based company that is very much focused on really helping individuals... Mothers, children, parents, doctors, nurses.

Zachary Levi: It is a massive day... It is an awesome thing. I mean it is so easy to take a photo, we all take photos and we share photos all the time and now you can just do it through the app that links to all your social media sources and you are helping make the world a better place. So it is a win- win. Go to donateaphoto.com to learn more.

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