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"8 years ago, I toured Boys & Girls club Carson campus for the first time. I was so moved, especially by the teen self esteem workshops, that I have worked with the group every year since to raise funds for Boys & Girls clubs. As this year's Spirit of Giving honoree, I'm leading a campaign to raise $1.5 million to support Boys & Girls clubs cutting-edge outreach - academic programs.

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