Along with the fame and fortune, Sandra Bullock's movie career has also brought her riches beyond the dreams of many.
But the kind-hearted actress obviously appreciates her luck, donating $1million to the Red Cross to support its relief effort for the disaster in Japan.
Sandra was recently listed at the 22nd highest earner in Hollywood for 2010, taking home over $22 million and this year is set to be as good professionally for the star with four films in production and five in development.
he organisation said in a statement: 'The American Red Cross is extremely grateful for this generous support from Sandra Bullock and her family.
'This contribution is vitally important as the Red Cross works to provide critical assistance and essential relief items in this time of urgent need for so many people in Japan.'
The 46-year-old Hollywood actress has previously given $1 million to Doctors Without Borders to aid the Haiti relief effort after the devastating earthquake there in 2010.
Actress Amanda Seyfried also showed her support for the relief effort, holding up a 'please help' banner featuring the Japanese flag as she was stopped by photographers in West Hollywood today.
So that's what mommy does all day: Sandra carries her baby son Louis on the set
Today Sandra was back at work on the set of her new movie Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, filming on location at the Westwood Cemetery in Brooklyn.
Rather than leave him in the care of a nanny, she took along her son Louis, who she adopted last year.
The film, based on the novel by Jonathan Safran Foer, follows a nine-year-old amateur inventor and astrophysicist who scours New York city for a lock that matches a mysterious key left by his father after he was killed in the September 11 attacks.
Sandra stars alongside Tom Hanks, John Goodman and James Gandolfini n the film which will be released in 2012.