Charlie's Angels has inspired legions of fans for the past 30+ years, providing pure fun and entertainment, but also instilling the ideals of teamwork and humanitarianism.

Because Charlie's Angels has come to mean so much to our team and has given us, as well as millions of other fans through the years such a great deal of joy, it has become our mission to give back by donating toward charitable causes near and dear to the Angels.

Please note that we claim no affiliation with, or endorsement by, any of the organizations listed. We aren't a charity and don't solicit charitable donations - we're just encouraging fans to support these causes directly via their official websites linked below. 


The American Cancer Society is a nationwide organization dedicated to eliminating cancer, helping people stay well, get well, find cures, and fight back.

IN HONOR OF Farrah Fawcett, John Forsythe, Jaclyn Smith, Kate Jackson
More about Angels, American Cancer Society, and why we support

Farrah speaking about cancer at a 1980 press conference

We support this charity in honor of our beloved Farrah Fawcett, who passed away in 2009 after a long and courageous battle against cancer. Farrah’s story, which she recorded openly in her documentary “A Wing and a Prayer,” helped to raise awareness and destigmatize anal cancer, which is a relatively uncommon and undiscussed type. Decades before the disease would enter her own life, Farrah was educating the public as a national chairperson for the American Cancer Society, and urging women to get regular checkups.

We also support the American Cancer Society on behalf of John Forsythe, who passed away in 2010 following a struggle with colon cancer; Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith, both breast cancer survivors; and Cheryl Ladd, who has been treated for skin cancer.  Read more about cancer and the cast of Charlie’s Angels >

An estimated 1 in 3 people will develop cancer.

Survival rates are higher than ever, and with continued research they can rise even more. Please consider making a donation to help wipe out cancer by clicking this link or the “donate” button at the top of this page. (You will be taken to the American Cancer Society’s website where you can make a secure online donation.)


Jaclyn Smith discusses cancer battle on The Talk (October 2011) Statement on the Death of Farrah Fawcett (June 2009) Farrah Fawcett’s Anal Cancer: Fighting the Stigma (June 2009)

Food For The Poor helps the poorest of the poor by providing food, housing, health care, education, water projects, emergency relief and micro-enterprise assistance in the Caribbean and Latin America.

IN HONOR OF Cheryl Ladd
More about Cheryl, Food For The Poor, and why we support
We support this charity in honor of Cheryl Ladd, who since 2011 has been the charity's spokesperson for Angels of the Poor, a monthly contribution program which helps to provide individual children with medicine, food, spiritual support, and other critical resources. Millions are suffering without health care, food, or even water that’s safe to drink. Please consider becoming an Angel of the Poor, or make a one-time donation to save lives by clicking this link. (You will be taken to Food For The Poor’s website where you can make a secure online donation.)


Honoree Cheryl Ladd Helps Food For The Poor Build Homes (2015) In Palm Beach, actress Cheryl Ladd acts as “angel” for needy families (2015) Actress Cheryl Ladd to Speak at Food For The Poor's Palm Beach Gala (2014)  


angels-of-the-poorThe Townsend Agency staff sponsors this little girl named Tetshaina, who lives in Haiti, through FFP's Angels of the Poor program. At the same time, we’re asking fans to back us up by donating to other children in need via our Townsend Agency fund page on You can reach this page any time at .

Childhelp is a non-profit organization dedicated to the research, prevention and treatment of child abuse.

IN HONOR OF Cheryl Ladd
More about Cheryl, Childhelp, and why we support
Cheryl receiving Woman of the World award, 1987

Cheryl receiving Woman of the World award, 1987

We support this charity on behalf of Cheryl Ladd, who began working with the organization during her Charlie’s Angels days. She has worked to raise awareness and funding to end child abuse ever since her 1979 film, “When She Was Bad,” in which she played an abusive suburban mother.

“At that time, no one was saying anything about this horrific epidemic going on in our country,” Cheryl said. “I wanted to bring this issue to the forefront of people’s minds.”

As an official celebrity ambassador for the organization, Cheryl can often be seen attending or hosting Childhelp events, from banquets to golf tournaments.

According to Childhelp, more than 5 children die every day as a result of child abuse. Please consider making a donation to help victims of child abuse by clicking this link or the “donate” button at the top of this page.


Childhelp’s Largest Fundraising Gala a Success! (January 2011) 2010 Drive the Dream Gala a Major Success (January 2010) Childhelp 50th Anniversary Gala (December 2008)