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Will Ferrell Offers Signed DVDs, Sexy Sunscreen For Cancer Charity

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Remember all that buzz about Edward Norton‘s CrowdRise charity site? Well, comedian Will Ferrell is putting it to good use: Ferrell is offering his sexy sunscreens and an autographed copy of “Anchorman” through CrowdRise, all to benefit Cancer for College.

Ferrell has offered his sunscreens before, but this will be the first time he organizes his campaign through Norton’s “Facebook of philanthropy.”

If you donate $21 to Cancer for Charity, you’ll get three bottles of Ferrell’s sunscreen, each with a “sexy” photo of Ferrell on it (sorry, but the “Forbidden Fruit” variety is all gone). If you donate $25, you’ll be entered for a chance to win an autographed copy of the “Anchorman” DVD!

Ferrell and his friend Craig Pollard, who is a two-time cancer survivor, have been working with Cancer for College for years. The charity helps to send cancer survivors to college, which can be a difficult step due to the financial burdens of cancer treatment.

Ferrell will also be hosting the “Will Powered Golf Classic” and charity dinner at Cimarron Hills Country Club in Texas next week to benefit the charity as well.

Ferrell’s been a busy guy lately, as he’s been guest-starring on “The Office” as Steve Carell‘s possible replacement (if you’ve been missing it, be sure to tune in this Thursday!). He also wrapped “Everything Must Go,” an indie comedy in which Ferrell plays a man who, after being kicked out of his home by his ex-wife, lives on his lawn with all of his worldly possessions for a week.

If you’re not convinced that a set of Will Ferrell’s sexy sunscreens is the right gift, let Ferrell himself convince you: “Is there a better way to tell that special someone you’d like to take your relationship to the next level? The answer is NO, there is not.”

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