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Patricia Arquette Has a Capitol Idea for Haiti

By Roger Friedman

Emmy winning actress Patricia Arquette, star of CBS’s “Medium,” is one of many well known personalities who’ve come to Washington, DC this weekend for the White House Correspondents Dinner. But unlike some, Arquette has a cause: Haiti.

She’s very involved in water filtration was waste management projects. She’s not working with either Paul Haggis or Sean Penn. Arquette is on the job with a separate group, and they’re about to test 500 “green” tents that were donated to homeless earthquake victims.

Arquette started the Give Love Foundation in March at www.givelove.org by donating $100,000 of her own. She told me at Friday night’s elegant cocktail party given jointly by Time and People magazines–at the St. Regis Hotel near he White House– that once she wrote the check for aid, she had to get involved personally.

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  • June 2, 2010 | Permalink |

    I think patricia arquette a great person for a lot of things includeing
    being in medium helping the people in haiti just a great person

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