Hilary Swank, Kate Hudson and more celeb women do good this week

It was a busy week for Hollywood's hottest celebs doing good this week.

Whether they were helping support women's rights, talking about the election, raising money for underprivileged kids, or empowering women to persevere through adversity, these leading ladies were rocking it this week. Check out all the gals doing good!

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Celeb women doing good for charity

Hilary Swank met with Ibtihaj Muhammad (first U.S. Olympic athlete to compete in a Hijab) this week at the Equinox 2016 High Performance Living Summit and the two talked about the performance of her gear! 

Amal Clooney gave the keynote address during the 17th Annual Texas Conference For Women in Austin, Texas, and spoke about the new president-elect, Donald Trump.

 (Photo by Gary Miller/Getty Images)

June Ambrose and Maria Shriver posed for a pic together at the 2016 High Performance Living Summit at The Glasshouses in New York City, hosted by Equinox. The summit brought together women to talk about perseverance and celebrating the science behind performance. (Leandro Justen/BFA.com) 

Fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg signs copies of her new book during the 17th Annual Texas Conference For Women and also gave a speech at the event. (Photo by Gary Miller/Getty Images)

Jenna Dewan-Tatum looked gorgeous at the charity event for Baby 2 Baby this week. 

(Photo credit should read CHRIS DELMAS/AFP/Getty Images)

Model Miranda Kerr and her fiancé Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel got ready to open their check books at the Baby 2 Baby gala. 

 (Photo by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Baby2Baby)

Power gals! Honest Company founder, Jessica Alba, honoree Jennifer Garner, and Kate Hudson all got cozy for a snap at the Baby 2 Baby gala. 

 (Photo by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Baby2Baby)

Actors Tracy Pollan, Michael J. Fox and comedian Susie Essman attend the 2016 A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Cure Parkinson's this week in order to raise money to find a cure for the disease. (Photo by Jim Spellman/WireImage)

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