Washington D.C. [USA], Dec. 3 : To generate funds for charities dedicated to women's health issues, Revlon recently kicked off an annual event where Halle Berry expressed that she felt good to use her "powers for good." At the '2nd Annual Revlon Love Is On Million Dollar Challenge' at The Glasshouses in New York City, the 50-year-old star, alongside Revlon CEO Fabian Garcia, awarded 'Cancer Research Institute' one million dollars, reports E! Online.
"It feels good. It feels good to help people in need. It feels good to use any power that you have, any celebrity that I've garnered over my years in the business, it feels good to be able to use that," she said in a statement.
"To use my powers for good. It feels good," she quipped. The challenge reportedly raised over 6.3 million dollars which, according to the 'Catwoman' star, was "twice" as much as they did last year.
"To be part of giving a million dollars to an organization that works so hard to raise money because they care so deeply, I can't think of anything I'd rather do," Berry shared while on the red carpet.