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Darren Criss Accepts $25,000 Donation on Behalf of UNICEF Philippines

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1810 days ago   Article ID# 1494448
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UNICEF Philippines

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA (Celebuzz) - Hollywood gives back!

On Thursday, Glee star Darren Criss was on hand to accept a very charitable donation from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association on behalf of UNICEF Philippines.

The money donated will go toward relief efforts in the Southern Philippines after devastating Tropical Storm Washi hit in December, killing thousands and leaving many homeless.

Just another reason to love him!

HFPA President, Dr. Aida Takla O’Reilly presented the check and said:

“As an association we aim to give a quick response to any natural disaster around the world. This donation to UNICEF Philippines will help towards long-term efforts dedicated to children affected by Tropical Storm Washi.”

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