Aniston, Cox and Crow: The Girls Just Wanted to Have Fun…and Raise Money

Jun. 12 2009, Published 5:12 a.m. ET

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OmniPeace founder Mary Fanaro and her BFFs Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston and Sheryl Crow launched their “Stamp Out Violence Against Women and Girls of the Congo” t-shirt campaign at a dinner June 11 at STK restaurant in L.A.  Nicole Richie and Demi Moore also attended the Kitson-sponsored event.

Twenty-five percent of the proceeds from the sale of the Congo shirts will be donated to Unicef and V-day Foundation to build a healing center for Congolese women and girls.  The shirts come with a hang tag, pre-addressed to President Obama that you pull off, sign, stamp, and drop in the mail.” 

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“We’re literally trying to tamp out violence,” said Fanaro.


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