Celine Dion has been a major supporter of the T.J. Martell Foundation since 2004, contributing to health and educational campaigns worldwide.

In 2003, Celine Dion supported "World Children's Day", raising money from more than 100 nations for orphanages and children's health organizations.

After the 2008 Sichuan earthquake, Celine Dion donated $100,000 to China Children & Teenagers' Fund and sent a letter expressing her consolation and support.

Celine Dion has actively supported the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation since 1982 and became the foundation's National Celebrity Patron in 1993.

In 2009, Celine Dion joined an effort alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and other celebrities, donating money to support the nursing home fees of the last living survivor of the Titanic.

Celine Dion has donated $1 million to the victims of Hurricane Katrina and raised more than $1 million for tsunami relief in 2004.

Celine Dion and her husband René Angelil have been involved with the Québec gay community since 2004, supporting the publication of health and HIV prevention materials.

Celine Dion is a member of Canadian charity Artists Against Racism.

Celine Dion has an emotional attachment to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, as her niece Karine died from the disease in her arms.

In November 2018, Celine Dion launched a gender-neutral clothing line for kids, Celinununu.

Celine Dion is an advocate for children's health organizations around the world and has raised money to support those initiatives.

The fundraising effort for World Children's Day in 2003 raised more than $1 million to support orphans and children's health organizations.