Awards Jon Hamm, Chloë Grace Moretz & More Added to PEOPLE Magazine Awards! Plus: Hero of the Year Honored More big stars added to PEOPLE's first-ever PEOPLE Magazine Awards By Amanda Michelle Steiner Published on December 5, 2014 01:30 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Getty Even more star power is coming to the first-ever PEOPLE Magazine Awards! Jon Hamm, Chloë Grace Moretz, Billy Eichner, Josh Gad, Jeff Bridges and Diane Guerrero are confirmed to attend the show, airing Dec. 18 and presented in collaboration with NBC and Dick Clark Productions. And another star will be born when Nora Sandigo accepts PEOPLE’s Hero of the Year Award, which honors everyday heroes whose generous and selfless contributions to the lives of others in need are a credit to their community. As the Founder and Executive Director of American Fraternity Inc., Sandigo has advocated for the rights of immigrants and their families, guiding them in adjusting to American culture. Sandigo’s focus, in particular, on “immigration orphans” – U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants facing deportation or the threat of deportation – has made her the legal guardian to more than 800 immigration orphans who can credit her tireless work to being able to remain in the country with their friends or relatives. Diane Guerrero, star of Orange Is the New Black and Jane the Virgin, will present Sandigo with her award. An immigration orphan herself, Guerrero revealed in a recent op-ed for the Los Angeles Times that her parents were deported back to Colombia when she was just 14 years old. “Lights were on and dinner had been started, but my family wasn’t there,” she wrote. “Neighbors broke the news that my parents had been taken away by immigration officers, and just like that, my stable family life was over.” Her story only underscores the importance of Sandigo’s contributions alongside her team at American Fraternity Inc. As previously announced, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Michael Keaton and Kevin Hart will also appear at PEOPLE’s star-studded event, and 5 Seconds of Summer and Maroon 5 are slated to perform. The inaugural special will air on NBC from the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Thursday, Dec. 18, at 9 p.m. ET/PT.