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Rainn Wilson Goes To Haiti To Support MONA Foundation And Planting Peace

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rainn-wilson1So I’m a pretty serious Facebooker, but up until now I’ve stayed clear of Twitter. However, just yesterday I made the resolution to get better with my tweeting and it’s already paying off!

Just moments ago, The Office star Rainn Wilson announced that he is headed to Haiti for some good old fashion charity-lovin. He tweets:

“Headed to Miami, then Haiti to do some work and press for the MONA Foundation and PlantingPeace.org – google those bad boys!”

Well, we did a little research on both organizations and it turns out their pretty darn cool!

The MONA Foundation promotes service learning and volunteerism, bridging the digital divide and supporting the adopted projects through financial grants and material resources. PlantingPeace is a nonprofit that produces a variety of projects ranging from large-scale international efforts to grassroots initiatives, including human and environmental campaigns.

We love to hear that Wilson is out and about getting involved in charity campaigns. Keep up the great work!

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