Annasophia Robb Talks Charity, Mother

Lacy LangleyLife

Share this Post

Annasophia Robb was at the annual Cantor Fitzgerald and BG&C Charity Day event on Thursday. It also happened to be 9/11, which is the purpose of the event.

Charity Day was founded in order to remember the 658 Cantor and 61 Eurobroker employees lost in the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks. However, it has grown exponentially since the beginning. The money goes to charities all over the world.

The Cantor Fitzgerald and BG&C Charity Day event has raised over $113 million dollars over the years for victims of terror, abuse, and natural disaster among other things.

Annasophia Robb joined a long list of celebrities like Jake Gyllenhaal, Ben Stiller, Michelle Williams, and Pamela Anderson.

At the event, Annasophia Robb was asked about what her character strengths are.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3dU0f0t7Wc

"My strengths are honesty and curiosity. With honesty, I've learned that it's important to know the right time to share the truth. Growing up I was taught by my parents that I could do or be anything I chose."

Robb continued, "My parents always encouraged and supported my natural curiosity through exploration. In school, I loved to ask questions and wanted to know why the world worked the way it did. I believe it's helpful for all kids to ask questions and figure out what they believe. They can seek to change things when they see why the world is a certain way."

Annasophia Robb was especially influenced by her mother.

"My mom has been a great role model for me, as well as my grandfather who is full of integrity, honesty, and kindness. I also learn a lot from my boyfriend who is so patient and a great listener."

Sounds like Annasophia Robb grew up to have a great head on her shoulders, just like I'm sure her parents intended.

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.