Gwyneth Paltrow has teamed up with the L.A. -based charity Baby2Baby to hand out gifts to those less fortunate in her community.

Paltrow joined actresses Jennifer Garner and Jessica Alba at the Los Angeles gift drive-thru, in partnership with FRAME, volunteering their time despite the pandemic to give back.

Paltrow looked cute and comfy in a white blouse with billowy sleeves and flare jeans. She kept herself safe by wearing two face masks and a pair of disposable gloves. She accessorized with black wayfarer sun glasses and gold chain necklaces. She completed the look with a pair of chunky white sneakers.

Garner and Alba also kept it causal. Garner wore a fuzzy striped sweater with jeans while Alba wore a slouchy caramel sweater with a pair of skinny, brown leather pants. They also kept safe wearing masks and gloves.

The actresses not only handed out toys to those who drove by the event, The Honest Company donated baby and children essentials like shampoo, conditioner, baby wipes, formula, baby food and diapers. They also gave out food and winter essentials.

Baby2Baby has donated more than 30 million essential items for children across the country living in poverty since the start of the pandemic.

“I was so proud to join @baby2baby at our Holiday Drive-Thru Distribution event,” wrote Alba in an Instagram post. The turnout was beyond overwhelming-we distributed @honest diapers, wipes + personal care products, warm jackets, blankets, food, special holiday gifts, toys and so much more to help make the holidays a little brighter for deserving families.”

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“Thank you to our friends at @frame for helping us hist such a special holiday gathering where we were able to give our Baby2Baby families we serve the essentials and holiday joy they deserve when they need it most,” she continued. “If you are able to get involved and give back, I strongly encourage you to do so. Please make sure to follow @baby2baby or visit Baby2Baby.org to learn how you can support their ongoing relief efforts.”

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