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Jennifer Aniston is organizing a benefit screening of the Oscar-nominated drama The Last Station (starring Helen Mirren and Christopher Plummer) in order to raise money for Haiti relief.
According to E! News, the invite from host Aniston reads, "AmeriCares delivered nearly $10 million in lifesaving medical aid for earthquake survivors in Haiti. They have a longstanding commitment to the people of Haiti and will continue to send relief in the days, weeks, months and years ahead."
Aniston's screening of the The Last Station takes place later this month, and ticket prices range from $100 to $50,000. The benefit will include a cocktail reception with the director following the movie.
This isn't Aniston's first generous move in helping the survivors of the devastating earthquake. The actress, 40, has already participated in George Clooney's Hope for Haiti telethon and reportedly donated $500,000 to various charities aiding in the relief effort.
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