Andrew Garfield gets a high-five from a tiny fan during his visit to PS 93 in the Bronx, New York City on Friday afternoon.
The 30-year-old actor and Amazing Spider-Man 2 director Marc Webb, along with Worldwide Orphans Foundation’s Dr. Jane Aronson, stopped by the school as part of the Be Amazing Volunteer Day.
On the same day, Andrew‘s girlfriend and Amazing Spider-Man 2 co-star Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx & Dane DeHaan volunteered their time to I.S. 145 Joseph Pulitzer in Queens.
Emma also visited Gilda's Club in New York to make friendship bracelets and to pack Spidey-kits in red backpacks, which included supplies like markers, a Spider-Man mask and toy.
Worldwide Orphans Foundation’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 screening
Andrew Garfield munches on a Baked By Melissa mini-cupcake from Dr. Jane Aronson during the Worldwide Orphans Foundation’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 screening on Sunday night (April 27) in New York City.
The 30-year-old actor helped the charity raise over $10,000 that day, according to the organization’s Facebook page.
“I’m in awe of what Jane and her team do,” Andrew said at the event. “It’s a true Spider-Man life.”