On Saturday, March 24, young people and those who support them will converge on Washington Dc for March For Our Lives. This is an attempt from school age children to emphasize to our government the need for Gun Control to stop school shootings. Numerous celebrities are lending a hand and will be supporting the effort in four basic ways. Some of our favorite entertainers will be marching, donating, expressing support and performing to let the bureaucrats, the nation, and the world know that it is time to do something about the increasing senseless gun violence and killing of She said she is in full agreement students taking place in American schools.

Celebrities will be participating and donating

Actor George Clooney announced that he and his wife Amal will be attending the event and also be donating $500,000 to March For Our Lives. Media mogul Oprah Winfrey decided to match Clooney's donation with one of her own. She said she is in full agreement and said the young people behind Saturday's march remind her of the freedom fighter's of the 1960s. Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, John Legend, and Gabriel Union have also made large donations to the cause.

Celebrities have come together to raise more than three million dollars through a Go Fund Me page and many will be participating on Saturday. Among those who have announced that they will be joining the Clooney's by marching are Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, Arian Grande, and Jennifer Hudson.

They will be front and center, right alongside the student organizers.

Entertainers are performing and expressing their support via social media

Grande, Cyrus, Hudson, and Lovato will also be performing as well as marching in the event. They will be joined by rappers Common and Vic Mensa, as well as Andra Day. On Friday evening (March 23), Fallout Boy will headline a concert that includes Bebe Rexha, G-Easy, and Lizzo. They want to do their part for the Parkland teens and students throughout the nation who have been impacted because of gun violence.

Entertainers will also express their support on this Saturday during March For Our Lives in other ways. Justin Timberlake tweeted that he recorded a video with DC mayor Muriel Bowser, while Garth Brookes did a Facebook Live concert in honor of the event. Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, and Mark Ruffalo have also utilized Twitter to tell their followers that they are behind this student-led effort. It looks like the students will have a lot of much-needed endorsements.