Relief for Haiti: Angelina Jolie, Robert Pattinson & Tiger Woods Look to Help
Jan 15, 2010
Celebrities did not sit on the sidelines when it was apparent Haiti would need aid after a devastating earthquake. Angelina Jolie and her partner Brad Pitt immediately gave money to help and others, like young stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are reportedly being asked to take part in George Clooney's telethon to raise money for Haiti.
Golfer in hiding Tiger Woods is reportedly pitching in as well, donating money to send a cargo plane with a mobile hospital to the disaster-stricken region. Another sports star, cycling champion Lance Armstrong has pledged $250,000 to Haiti and urged a global response to the tragedy unfolding in the Caribbean nation.
Clooney is reportedly set to host a telethon to raise money for the tragic people of Haiti. The Caribbean island was recently hit by an earthquake measuring a magnitude of 7.0 and thousands have been killed and hundreds of thousands were injured and are now homeless.
New Moon stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are reportedly being asked to take part in Clooney's telethon to raise money for Haiti.
Clooney, 48, is hosting a telethon to raise funds for the people and it is claimed he wants New Moon stars Pattinson, 23, Stewart, 19, and Taylor Lautner, 17, to get involved.
It is not known if the actors are available to take part, but a source said of Kristen: "She'd jump at the chance to do something to help."
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