Over the past five years, CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute has honored everyday people across the globe who are making extraordinary contributions to improve the lives of people in their communities. Each year Heroes are nominated by CNN viewers who are inspired by the hard work and commitment of these individuals. The 2011 Top 10 honorees were revealed recently by CNN's Anderson Cooper.

Today we’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with CNN to provide the donation functionality, through Google Checkout, for all contributions made to the causes championed by the Heroes. All donations are tax deductible. Google will cover the cost of the transaction fee to ensure that 100% of all donations go to the chosen organizations.

Explore the 2011 Top Ten Heroes’ stories in the video and show your support for their causes by donating now. You can donate as many times and to as many of the non-profit organizations as you’d like from now through December 31, 2011.

Want to learn even more about the Heroes? Read on!

Eddie Canales
Eddie Canales’ group, Gridiron Heroes, provides support to teenagers who suffered spinal cord injuries while playing football. Donate to Gridiron Heroes

Taryn Davis
Taryn Davis created the American Widow Project, which has provided support to more than 900 military widows since 2007. Donate to the American Widow Project

Sal Dimiceli
Through his newspaper column and his nonprofit, Sal Dimiceli helps about 500 people a year with food, rent and other necessities. Donate to Time Is Now

Derreck Kayongo
Derreck Kayongo's Global Soap Project recycles partially used hotel soap to save lives in impoverished countries. Donate to Global Soap Project

Diane Latiker
Surrounded by gang violence, Diane Latiker opened her Chicago home to area youth and started a program called Kids Off the Block. Donate to Kids Off the Block

Robin Lim
Since 2003, Robin Lim and her team have helped thousands of low-income women have a healthy birthing experience. Donate to Yayasan Bumi Sehat

Patrice Millet
Since being diagnosed with cancer, Patrice Millet has dedicated his life to helping Haitian kids through his youth soccer program. Donate to FONDAPS

Bruno Serato
Since 2005, Bruno Serato has been serving free pasta dinners to children, many of whom are poor and live in motels. Donate to Caterina's Club

Richard St. Denis
Since 2008, Richard St. Denis and World Access Project have provided hundreds of wheelchairs to people in rural Mexico. Donate to World Access Project

Amy Stokes
Using the Internet, Amy Stokes' nonprofit connects hundreds of South African kids with mentors from all over the world. Donate to Infinite Family