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Taylor Swift Crowned 2014's Most Charitable Celeb

The star used her fame for good this year.

Ready your Taylor Swift surprise faces, because has named the 25-year-old singer-songwriter their most charitable celebrity of 2014.

Not that we're all that surprised. This is Taylor we're talking about -- the same Taylor who sent her fans presents in the mail just because. She was even in a movie called "The Giver." But insert your Tay-Tay surprise face anyway, because WWTD?

This is the third year in a row the "Blank Space" singer has been recognized as the superstar who has given back the most. Looking back at her year of do-gooding and philanthropy, she is totally deserving of the honor!

In October, the NYC ambassador announced she would donate all proceeds from her 1989 single "Welcome To New York" to New York City public schools. The star has also given to countless charities including UNICEF, Stand Up To Cancer, Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity.

The non-profit organization, which encourages young adults to support social change campaigns, also cited Swift's public support of feminist causes as a reason for naming her #1 on their list.

The ranking includes 19 other super-famous good samaritans, including Laverne Cox (#2) for being a voice in the LGBT community (and is actually the first transgender person to make the list) and Beyonce (#3) for her #BeyGood campaigns.

Emma Watson, Demi Lovato and Chris Pratt are also featured, along with Justin Bieber, who has granted over 200 wishes for the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

New Year's resolution to be more like our Queen Tay, anyone?