The Hunger Games
Adapted from the young adult trilogy written by Suzanne Collins, “The Hunger Games” follows the journey of Katniss Everdeen (Academy Award-winner Jennifer Lawrence) in a futuristic dystopian world where society is divided into specific districts and young people fight in a deadly battle royale called The Hunger Games. When Katniss volunteers to fight for her little sister, she starts a revolution that affects the entire nation. The final installment decides Katniss’ fate and will be released on November 20.
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The Charlotte and Gwenyth Gray Foundation
Batten disease is a fatal, genetically inherited nervous system disorder that reduces lifespan to between 6 and 12 years. In 2015, after their daughters received devastating Batten diagnoses, Gordon and Kristen Gray created The Charlotte and Gwenyth Gray Foundation to Cure Batten Disease. With a goal of raising the estimated $10 million necessary to fund the urgent medical research to save the lives of children with the disease, the Foundation has already raised over four million dollars and begun an FDA-approved, first-of-its-kind investigational gene therapy clinical trial. With the money they’ve raised, the Foundation is also funding research into cellular therapy and small molecule therapy. Donations help to raise funds for the lifesaving medical and scientific research critical to curing the disease. Every dollar counts, and every moment matters.