Celebrity Charity Of The Week: Monday 4th April 2016 | Polygon PR

Celebrity Charity Of The Week: Monday 4th April 2016

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Prince Harry Helps Earthquake Relief Project

Working in a small village in Nepal for a week, Prince Harry joined Team Rubicon UK in responding to the earthquake disaster of last year.

The prince spent time helping to reconstruct a school destroyed by the earthquake alongside other military veterans.

Team Rubicon UK was set up as a direct response to the earthquake in Nepal, tapping into the skills and experience of military veterans to rapidly deploy emergency response teams following disasters.

www.teamrubiconuk.org

Holly Willoughby Gets Egged for Cancer Research

‘This Morning’ presenter Holly Willoughby, alongside co-presenter Phillip Schofield, have been turned into egg art by Cancer Research.

The pair were voted Britain’s favourite TV Presenters while Holly was voted the top female people would most like to have breakfast with.

Cancer Research then turned the presenters into eggs as part of the Britain’s biggest Breakfast campaign to encourage friends and family to come together for breakfast while raising vital funds to beat cancer.

www.cancerresearchuk.org

Lauren Conrad Campaigns To Save The Sea Turtles

Star of ‘Laguna Beach’ and ‘The Hills’ has filmed a video for ocean conservation charity Ocean.

In her video, Lauren urges the US government to protect endangered species in its southeast shrimp trawl fishery.

Oceana campaigns to protect and restore the world’s oceans, reduce pollution and to prevent the irreversible collapse of fish populations.

www.oceana.org

Leonardo DiCaprio Visits Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem

Holywood star Leonardo DiCaprio has visited Indonesia’a Leuser Ecosystem, an intact rainforest home to endagnered Sumatran orangutans.

The actor is working to raise awareness of deforestation and also visited Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme (SOCP)’s Orangutan Quarantine Center that releases orangutans back into the wild.

The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation works to generate awareness of environmental issues including global warming, renewable energy sources, and preserving biodiversity.

www.leonardodicaprio.org


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