By Amy & Nancy Harrington, Pop Culture Passionistas A TV star reunites a family, a movie star helps feed hungry kids, and GLAAD auctions off some high-class art. Here are this week’s most inspirational pop culture moments. “Brothers and Sisters'” Balthazar Getty Reunites a FamilyFormer “Brothers and Sisters” star Balthazar Getty took a beating in the tabloids over the last couple of years. His highly publicized relationship with starlet Sienna Miller, while he was still a married father of five, didn’t sit well with a lot of fans. Not surprisingly Getty left his ABC family, the Walkers, and has done his best to stay out of the headlines since reuniting with this wife.But Balthazar made a recent push for publicity recently–not to promote a new show but to help out a dear friend. In early October, Getty was seen on the streets of Los Angeles handing out fliers in search of a man named Rocky. The mentally challenged son of friends had been missing for two years, but the family had not given up hope that they would find him.News of Getty’s good deed spread across the blogosphere like wildfire.Last week Balthazar’s act of kindness paid off. A 40-year-old man fitting Rocky’s description was identified in San Antonio, Texas. His family quickly hopped on a plane and they were reunited. Nora Walker would be proud.Jeff Bridges is Helping Feed Hungry KidsAcademy Award Winner Jeff Bridges, who took home the statue this year for “Crazy Heart,” has been working to alleviate hunger since the ’80s. This week his latest effort was launched. He teamed up with Share Our Strength to start the No Kid Hungry campaign.In a PSA produced by the two organizations and The Food Network, Bridges says, “In this land of plenty there are kids that don’t know where they will get their next meal… Their next meal could come from you.”The sad fact is that 1 in 4 kids in the U.S. are “food insecure,” meaning they are uncertain if and when they will eat next. Seventeen million children nationwide go hungry every day. Share Our Strength and Jeff Bridges are trying to get the message out that kids are starving, not because there’s no food for them, but because families don’t have access to the programs to get it to them.Bridges joined the No Kid Hungry campaign and pledged to help end childhood hunger by 2015. Go to their website today to take the pledge. You can also help by sending No Kid Hungry Holiday cards this season available at the Share Our Strength website.GLADD Goes Artsy for a Good CauseThis weekend The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLADD) is holding its annual OutAuction 2010. But rather than the usual compliment of “win a lunch with Lady Gaga” or “go golfing with Tiger Woods” type items, GLADD is once again going high class. This is a traditional art auction. Past events have even included pieces by the likes of Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall. Of course that’s not to say there won’t be a few contemporary pop culture icons on hand to help raise some cash for GLADD. Reality stars like David Bromstad, “The Fabulous Beekman Boys'” Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge, and “The Real Housewives of NYC’s” Kelly Killoren Bensimon and Sonja Morgan will all be present at the event.If you’re in New York you can buy tickets in advance. Entry ranges from $125 to $300 per person–masterpieces will cost extra.Check out the GLADD OutAuction here

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