Lewis Black auctions off luxury show seating for worldwide poverty charity

By | August 24, 2011 at 2:50 pm | One comment | News | Tags: , , ,

The comedy world’s favorite curmudgeon Lewis Black is helping to raise funds for charity Millennium Promise’s Spokes of Change initiative, which is a new campaign to support community health workers in Africa, and aims to end extreme poverty worldwide.

Black, a champion of celebrity philanthropy, is offering an exclusive auction opportunity through Charitybuzz, the leader in online charity auctions. One winner will win 10 tickets in First Tier, Luxury Seating for Lewis’s highly-acclaimed, “In God We Trust” comedy show at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. The auction runs until Sept 13. And, you need not to live in New Jersey to take make a difference. You can always donate to Millennium Promise right here at the organization’s official site.

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