Bruce Willis is the father of three beautiful daughters and a lifelong advocate for children. His commitment to children prompted, President George W. Bush to name Mr. Willis as the National spokesman on Foster Care and Adoption. He uses his celebrity status to reach out to the private and public sectors to seek support and solution for the over 500,000 children in the United States foster care system. Together, with First Lady Laura Bush, Bruce rolled-out the AdoptUsKids website which highlights children in the foster care system available for adoption. To further advocate for the adoption of children out of the foster care system, he created and distributed three public service announcements that feature Jamie Foxx and the stars Charlie’s Angels, Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, and Lisa Lu. In addition to the financial resources he has given to the creation and distribution of the PSAs, he also donated a state-of-the-art recording studio to a group of youth who touched his heart with their program; The Hip Hop Project at Art-Start, an organization in New York that works to empower “at risk” urban youth by giving them a way to creatively express themselves. Bruce insisted that the Los Angeles premiere of the movie Rugrats Go Wild be organized to benefit programs which directly improved the lives of children in foster care, namely, Hollygrove Family Services; Ettie Lee Group Homes; Vista Del Mar; and Caring for Children and Families with AIDS. Bruce traveled to Washington, D.C. in June for a meeting and press conference, with bipartisan leadership of the United States Senate, calling on members of Congress to come together to improve the lives of children in the foster care system. Last year, he helped raise adoption awareness on a national level by participating in National Adoption Day; on that day, the adoptions of more than 1,400 foster children were finalized.