Main | Friday, June 29, 2007

Jodie Foster Gives Big To Trevor Project

The Trevor Project, the nation's only 24/7 suicide hotline for gay and questioning youth, has just received the largest donation in its history from actress Jodie Foster. The Trevor Project is in the middle of a fundraising campaign aimed to support the opening of two new call centers.

Foster made the donation in the name of the late Oscar winner and Trevor Project co-founder Randy Stone, who produced Foster's first film, Little Man Tate. Stone, who died in February of heart disease, was described by Foster as her "dearest friend."

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