– Jennifer Garner Online > 2016 > July 31 | Teen Choice Awards – Ceremony
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2016 > July 31 | Teen Choice Awards – Backstage
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2016 > July 31 | Teen Choice Awards – Press Room
Congratulations to Jennifer and the rest of the cast and crew of Miracles from Heaven for their win tonight at the Teen Choice Awards!
Jennifer Garner popped up at the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday to accept a big award for her movie.
The 44-year-old actress was among a slew of some of Hollywood’s hottest celebrities to attend the event, which was hosted by Victoria Justice and John Cena.
Garner and her young Miracles from Heaven costar Kiley Rogers were on-hand to accept the film’s award for choice drama movie. In the film, Garner took on the role of real-life Texas mom Christy Beam in the story of a young girl who is miraculously cured from a rare disorder.
While accepting the award, Garner turned to , saying, “Thank you, this is for this little lady. That’s for you baby.
“Thank you so much,” she continued. “Thanks to everyone, we were definitely the underdog in this category. That’s so exciting. It’s amazing to us the impact this movie was able to have, and have all your guys appreciate it means the world to us.”
Before leaving the stage, Garner said, “All the kids who are in a hospital waiting for a miracle, don’t give up hope!”
E!Online has shared that this Sunday Jennifer will be attending the Teen Choice Awards!
If you weren’t already excited to see John Cena and Victoria Justice co-host the 2016 Teen Choice Awards, just wait…
Not only will Justin Timberlake be presented with a Decade Award, but E! News has learned exclusively that Jennifer Garner, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans, Lea Michele, Sarah Hyland, Ashley Benson, Shay Mitchell, Ne-Yoand Daisy Ridley will all be attending the show. We can also confirm exclusively that Flo Rida will be performing a medley of his greatest hits at the TCAs, including “My House” and his new single “Zillionaire.” Charlie Puth will perform his hit single “We Don’t Talk Anymore” and Empire star Serayah will also perform.
Both Evans and Ridley, especially, have good reason to attend the show: Captain: America: Civil War dominated the big-screen categories with six nods, while Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens came close behind with five. Ridley is also up for Choice Movie Breakout Star, a category in which she faces off against her Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens co-star John Boyega.
The competition will be fierce for who takes home those coveted surfboards, but you can help get your favorite stars closer to winning by voting at TeenChoice.com, the FOX NOW app and Twitter.
The 2016 Teen Choice Awards air Sunday, July 31, at 8 p.m. on Fox.
People.com did an article talking about Jennifer being honored at the Starkey Hearing Foundation Gala.
Jennifer Garner took center stage at the Starkey Hearing Foundation Gala in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Sunday night. The actress was honored at the gala for her work with early childhood education.
Garner, 44, stunned in a long, black gown with a plunging asymmetrical strappy neckline for the special occasion. She kept her hair loose around her shoulder and paired her look with simple silver jewelry.
Steven Sawalich of the Starkey Hearing Foundation introduced Garner, praising the actress for her dedication to her philanthropic work with children.
“Her name is recognizable in the entertainment world as an award-winning performer,” Sawalich said. “She’s a talented and beautiful actress, but one of my favorite callings about Jennifer Garner, is that, many of you may or may know is her far-reaching effect in the philanthropic world, and her passion for advocacy for early childhood education.”
Garner took the stage to accept the award and received a large medal, which she wore around her neck.
“Thrilled to honor Jennifer Garner for her incredible philanthropic efforts with @SavetheChildren! #StarkeyGala,” the Starkey Foundation’s posted on Twitter.
Garner delivered an emotional speech at the event, which featured a star-studded crowd including John Mellencamp, Johnny Depp, Jay Leno and more.
“Oh my gosh, this night. I didn’t know what I was getting into. Did you guys?,” she said. I mean, I got a necklace, and I’ve been crying back there. It’s an honor to be here with you all, it’s an honor now especially at the end of the night to receive this award.”
Jennifer was honored on Sunday night at the Starkey Hearing Foundation So The World May Hear Awards Gala that was held in St Paul, Minnesota. She was recognized for her work with Save the Children. Congratulations to Jennifer for this honor.
I have added images to the gallery!
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2016 > July 17 | Starkey Hearing Foundation So The World May Hear Awards Gala
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2016 > July 17 | Starkey Hearing Foundation So The World May Hear Awards Gala – Ceremony
Tonight I had the privilege of watching “Miracles from Heaven” … such a completely beautiful film. This motivated me to start hunting for more images from the film for our gallery. Go check them out! And if you haven’t seen this film yet I definitely recommend it!
– Jennifer Garner Online > FILMS > 2016 | Miracles from Heaven
As most of you are aware Jennifer is from the state of West Virginia where recently there has been flash flooding which has impacted many of the state’s residents. Jennifer has designed a shirt to help raise funds for Save the Children to help reach out to those effected. Get your own shirt by clicking this link and ordering one!
Here is an article from People where Jennifer shared her thoughts.
Jennifer Garner is doing everything she can to help flood victims in her home state of West Virginia.
The actress, 44, and Save the Children, for which she is a trustee and longtime supporter, have launched an Omaze t-shirt campaign to raise funds for recovery efforts after historic flash flooding in late June that left 23 people dead and destroyed hundreds of homes.
The actress tells PEOPLE that she first started to realize how bad the situation was while she was on the phone with her mom, Patricia, who still lives in the state. “She pulled to the side of the road because she couldn’t see,” the actress recalls. “She said, ‘This rain has been so intense, it just won’t stop.”
A state of emergency was declared in 44 of the state’s 55 counties on June 24 after the flash floods and Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said the flooding was “among the worst in a century for some parts of the state.” Garner, whose family was not impacted, and Save the Children immediately started relief efforts to aid victims.
“I’m so proud of the disaster relief response,” the actress says. “Passing out supplies needed, like clothes for babies, diapers, toiletries. Whatever is needed, we do our best to get for them.”
Another emotional component Save the Children offers is to provide a safe place for parents to take their kids. “There are counselors who will play with them and they can address any trauma they’ve been through,” Garner adds. “Kids come in and talk about what they’ve seen while they are playing. Which also gives the parents time and freedom to do what they need to do to figure out their life. It’s especially devastating because so many are living paycheck to paycheck and don’t have flood insurance.”
Every t-shirt, which reads “West Virginia Strong” amid an icon of mountains, benefits Save the Children, which serves families in five West Virginia counties through health, early education and after-school programs. “I wanted it to have mountains to show the deep strength of the people in the state,” Garner says. “This is what Save the Children is about. To go to where people are having a really rough time and help.”
West Virginia has also become a special place for Garner’s three kids, Violet, 10, Seraphina, 7, and Samuel, 4. “At the end of summer, their friends talk about what beautiful vacations they’ve taken and my kids have too but what they’ll almost always say is, ‘This summer I went to West Virginia.’ And that makes me so happy,” the actress says. “When you’re there, you understand. The pace is more forgiving, the air is beautiful, there are fireflies at night. It’s different from what we have in L.A. They are very proud of those roots.”
More production stills from Jen’s new film Nine Lives have been added to our gallery.
Congratulations to Jennifer who will be honored in November at the 2016 Baby2Baby Gala where she will receive the Giving Tree Award. Here is the article by People.com
Jennifer Garner will be honored at the 2016 Baby2Baby Gala.
The actress – who is the mother of three children: Violet, 10, Seraphina, 7, and Samuel, 4 – will be presented with the Baby2Baby “Giving Tree Award” for her support of the Los Angeles-based nonprofit and ongoing dedication to children in need.
Baby2Baby co-presidents Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah Weinstein said that when it came time to choose this year’s recipient, they couldn’t think of anyone more worthy of the award than Garner.
“We are so proud to honor Jennifer for her commitment to supporting low-income children” Patricof and Weinstein said in a statement. “She is quite possibly the biggest advocate for these issues we have ever come across.”
“She has worked tirelessly for seven years to help combat children’s poverty through education and leadership,” they continued. “Just this past year, she helped us secure over 2 million diapers to distribute to the families in our program across the country. We are beyond grateful for her immeasurable contributions to children all over the world and to the children of Baby2Baby.”
Garner will be presented with the award at the fifth Annual Baby2Baby Gala presented by John Paul Mitchell Systems on Nov. 12 in Los Angeles.
The actress joins past winners including Kerry Washington, Jessica Alba, Drew Barrymore and Kate Hudson.
Baby2Baby helps provide low-income children up to 12 years of age with diapers, clothing and all of the basic necessities that every child deserves.
Added posters and stills to the gallery from Jen’s newest film Nine Lives which is set to be released in theaters in August.
– Jennifer Garner Online > FILMS > 2016 | Nine Lives