It’s no surprise that Oprah Winfrey tops Parade magazine’s list of most generous celebrities — she gave away $50.2 million in charitable donations last year to various charities, including her own. That’s more than three times the amount of the second most generous celebrity — Herb Alpert, 73, who donated $13 million to his Herb Alpert music foundation. The list is based on donations made back in 2007, so although no one will be surprised that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie made the list — they gave $8.4 million to their foundation to benefit New Orleans reconstruction, refugee aid and cross-cultural understanding, they’ve since given a lot more to various charities in 2008. Barbra Streisand parted with $11 million to what else? — her own Streisand Foundation, which is concerned with improving the environment, women’s issues, civil rights and AIDS research. Paul Newman gave $10 million to Kenyon College, his alma mater, in Gambier, OH. No mention was made of his Hole in the Wall Gang foundation, which uses sales from his products such as salad dressing to run the world’s largest family of camps for children with serious illnesses and life threatening conditions. Mel Gibson gifted $9.9 million to his Holy Family Church in Malibu, but also often frequently donates money to help build houses for the poor in underprivileged areas and donated $25,000 to Kidz Horizon Appeal in 2007, an organization that supports children suffering from cancer, HIV and other chronic and terminal illnesses.