Celebrity Charity Of The Week: Monday 11th April 2016 | Polygon PR

Celebrity Charity Of The Week: Monday 11th April 2016

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Kristen Stewart’s Birthday Project Benefits Animal Rescue

Every year, fans of Twilight actress Kristen Stewart select a charity they would like to raise funs for to honour her birthday.

This year, the Lange Foundation are the beneficiary of the effort, as Stewart fans hope to raise $27,000.

The money will go towards the charity’s work in treating, rehabilitating, and providing care for, animals.

www.langefoundation.org

Jason Biggs Stars In PETA Video

Orange Is The New Black actor Jason Biggs stars in a new video from PETA, showing what it would be like if he was chained, denied food and beaten as circus animals are.

‘If Animals Were Treated Like Circus Animals’ sees Jason shocked with an electric prod by his director and is joined by his wife Jenny Mollen, who is caged and whipped as part of ‘scene.’

The comedic film has a powerful message at its core and aims to raise awareness of cruel common circus practices.

www.peta.org.uk

Bryan Adams Looks For Guest Roadie

A charity auction organised by Bryan Adams’ own foundation and Unicef is offering the chance to become Adams’ roadie on his UK tour.

The opportunity lets one lucky fan experience behind-the-scenes action at Bryan Adams’ concert, including witnessing a sound check, joining a crew lunch and meeting Bryan himself.

The Bryan Adams Foundation and Unicef work in collaboration to improve the lives of childcare, providing health care, clean water and education.

www.unicef.org.uk

Eddie Redmayne Features In Bold Window Display

Award winning actor Eddie Redmayne is the star of  a brave window display from the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s stand Up To Cancer campaign.

In the poster, Eddie runs towards the viewer in the style of an action movie while being informed that 1,600 people die each day from cancer in the US.

Stand Up To Cancer has helped bring together leading scientists who are working on new and more effective treatments.

www.standup2cancer.org


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