Rita Ora received the inaugural Variety + H&M Conscious Award for her philanthropic work, last week at Variety‘s Power of Young Hollywood event. On the carpet, Ora, whose mom is a breast cancer survivor, revealed that she began charity work by contributing to breast cancer research. She now advocates on behalf of immigrants and refugees. “I really just wanted to show support for the immigrants and the refugees of our society, just to know that they’re not alone,” she said. Our video series “Uncovered” is presented by H&M.

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