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Raven-Symone and Vivica A. Fox Play for the American Red Cross on NBC's Celebrity Family Feud
Date:6/23/2008

nbc.com/Celebrity_Family_Feud/contestants/symone.shtml" target="_new">http://www.nbc.com/Celebrity_Family_Feud/contestants/symone.shtml) to show their support. These shirts may be found online via the Red Cross store http://www.redcrossstore.org/.

"The Red Cross is an amazing organization whose efforts have helped many. I wanted to be on the Red Cross Celebrity Cabinet due to the extent of their help and assistance to so many people. It is truly inspiring to volunteer for such a noble cause," said Raven-Symone.

"The American Red Cross depends on voluntary contributions of time, money and blood to perform its humanitarian mission and we are tremendously grateful to Raven-Symone and Vivica A. Fox for their many contributions," said Jeffrey T. Towers, Chief Development Officer of the American Red Cross. "They epitomize the true spirit of volunteerism and we wish them the best of luck as they play for the American Red Cross."

Vivica A. Fox served on the American Red Cross' National Celebrity Cabinet in 2007. She shares her commitment to volunteerism in a Hometown Hero campaign - please see Hometown Heroes (http://www.redcrosshometownheroes.org/celebrity-heroes.aspx) portrait and video.

About Raven-Symone

Raven-Symone was last seen starring in the Disney film "College Road Trip" opposite Martin Lawrence. She recently released her fourth solo album entitled "Raven-Symone" and will go on tour across the country this summer.

About Vivica A. Fox

Vivica A. Fox is a film and television actress. Her big break came when she co-starred with Will Smith in the blockbuster, "Independence Day." Since then, she has appeared on "Dancing with the Stars" and the well-received comedy series "Curb Your Enthusiasm."

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