July 2006
Daily Variety;7/14/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 8, Special Section pA4
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The article provides information on various organizations and foundations founded by notable people in the motion pictures industry in the U.S. The Herb Alpert Foundation assists educational, arts and environmental programs that helps in getting children discover their talents and potential. The United Cerebral Palsy is a nonprofit organization that was founded by producer Loreen Arbus. The American Oceans Campaign was founded by Ted Danson to protect and restore the global marine resources.


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