Her mother is a breast cancer-survivor, so the matter is certainly close to her heart.
And Emma Stone showed her support for others living with the disease on Wednesday at a charity event in New York City.
The 24-year-old was looking mature for her years as she hosted the Gilda's Club 6th Annual Benefit Luncheon: Celebrating Women Working and Living with Cancer.
Honoured host: Emma Stone attended the Gilda's Club Celebrating Women Working & Living with Cancer at the Metropolitan Club in New York City on Wednesday
Held at the Metropolitan Club in the Big Apple, the actress donned a flesh coloured long sleeve blouse with trousers covered in a layer of floral print black lace.
The actress teamed the smart look by Michael Kors with a pair of pointy toe Christian Louboutin shoes and wore a delicate gold necklace.
She smiled as she posed before the event with a number of fellow VIP guests.
Smart dresser: The 24-year-old actress looked mature in a designer blouse and lacy trousers
Blonde bombshells: The actress posed with an honouree before the gathering
Those included Dr. Jacqualyn Fouse, Mary Lou Quinlan and Dr. Sharyn Lewin as well as a few teenage girls.
Logan West, Miss Teen USA, boasted a huge smile in the photography area and the 18-year-old donned a neat monochrome look with a hint of yellow at the collar.
Emma’s 48-year-old mother Krista went through a ‘terrifying’ 25 weeks of chemotherapy in 2008.
Ladies who lunch: She stood with Dr. Jacqualyn Fouse, Mary Lou Quinlan and Dr. Sharyn Lewin
A star among them: Teenage guests would have been thrilled to meet the movie star
Due to that the young actress has been involved in a number of high profile campaigns – including Revlon’s Your Lips Can Save Lives - to raise awareness of the illness.
Early detection saved Krista's life as Emma pointed out, 'because a year before at her [mother's] mammogram she didn't have the tumor.'
Beauty queen: Logan West, Miss Teen USA was looking smart in monochrome
After the 'really difficult, terrifying time' Krista was treated, the mother-daughter duo decided to get matching blackbird tattoos on their wrists, designed by none other than Paul McCartney.
'We got blackbird feet,' the Easy A star said. 'It's from that (Beatles) song Blackbird: "Take these broken wings and learn to fly." It seemed appropriate for the occasion.'
Pretty presenter: Emma hosted the gathering of wonderful women
Famous face: She could be seen in good spirits at the podium as she honoured selected females
Close to the cause: Emma's mother Krista is a cancer survivor