It has been said that whatever success a parent may have, it is usually passed on to their children.
The 38-year-old star stepped out in New York Tuesday night to attend the 11th Annual UNICEF Snowflake Ball. When caught up with E! News, Bloom reveals one of the major parts of his life that he definitely wants to share with his 4-year-old son Flynn - and it is the desire to help others.
"I hope one day he'll come on a trip with me and I hope he'll absorb from me some of that desire to look to the people around you," the proud UNICEF supporter told E! News. "I think it's always about in the environment you're in, having respect for everybody in the environment you're in."
He continued, "It doesn't matter what walk of life, what kind of social status, social class or background."
Back in 2007, the Lord of the Rings actor travelled with UNICEF to Nepal where he visited the remote western districts of Kaski and Chitwan, two of the poorest areas of Nepal.
Bloom shared his experiences with E! News how he admired the great work done by UNICEF towards the needs of the children and families.
"I was able to see how UNICEF supported education programs, water and sanitation programs and how they're making a real difference in their lives,” he shared. "I admire the work UNICEF does, as it focuses not just on addressing the immediate needs of children and their families but also focuses on finding longer-term, sustainable solutions.”
Though the UNICEF ambassador has find huge success in Hollywood with major films in Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, Bloom continues to make humanitarian work a major priority.
On the side note, Bloom does understand the privilege he has with his family and his son and is quite lucky to have a good life but still wanted to let the young ones know and get involved with such work.
"I'm fully aware that my son is very privileged and I'm fully aware that that's something that I constantly am trying to adjust to so he just doesn't feel like he's in the top 1 percent or whatever, he has a sense of the world," he explained.