Hollywood’s ‘Star Wars’ fund raises $4M for a charity that supports the American Cancer Society
A Hollywood-based foundation has raised $4 million to support a project that aims to help fight cancer, the Hollywood Reporter reported Thursday.
Star Wars Foundation has announced it will help fund the Cancer Society of Southern California (CSSC) through its “Star Wars” Fund.
The fund will be used to support research, awareness and awareness-raising efforts in Southern California and the country, the foundation said in a statement.
The foundation will also support programs and activities aimed at promoting health and wellness, and support and expand support for the California Department of Public Health and Human Services (CalPHS), CalPHS Executive Director Patricia Liss said in the statement.
The organization’s fund will support ongoing outreach efforts to improve the health and well-being of the California community.
The Star Wars Fund is a new venture from Hollywood, which has long sought to support causes that promote and promote health and safety, the Associated Press reported.
The charity began raising funds in April after CSSC had a record-breaking year, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Its goal is to raise $10 million to help fund clinical trials for new therapies, the organization said.