Stepping out for a good cause, Jake Gyllenhaal spoke during a Celebration of Paul Newman's Dream event in New York City on Monday night (April 2).
Looking handsome while donning facial scruff and a black suit, the "Source Code" stud took center stage at the Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center to help benefit the SeriousFun Children's Network and Hole in the Wall Camps.
Gyllenhaal was also accompanied at the event by other celebrities looking to help raise funds and awareness including comedians Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon.
Meanwhile, singers Josh Groban and Trisha Yearwood were also in attendance and performed for the big event.
In other career news, if you're looking to see more of Jake, you can catch him in his newest film, "End of Watch."
The David Ayer directed drama is centered around the long-term friendship and partnership between two cops while set to hit theaters on September 28.