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Britney Spears and Other Stars Support the Show Your Hearts Charity

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Today, stars from all over the celeb world have taken to their Twitter accounts in support of the Show Your Hearts foundation.

Celebrities such as Britney Spears, Ashley Benson, Donnie Wahlberg, Ryan Seacrest and Matthew Morrison have shown their support in honor of the Berry family.

On July 3, 2011, the Berry family, parents Joshua and Robin, and their children Peter, 9, Aaron, 8, and Willa, 6 were traveling home from an annual family road trip in Colorado back to their hometown in Houston, Texas. Their Minivan was hit head on by another vehicle killing Joshua and Robin, but all three children survived. However, both boys are paralyzed below the waist and currently being treated for their injuries.

This organization raises funds to aid the children and their needs, including medical rehabilitation, physical therapy, psychological support and education.

All donations are made directly to the Joshua and Robin Berry Children’s Trust. Also, donors will receive a Twitter avatar as acknowledgement of their donation.

To help out and see the support from celebrities and others, check out the Berry Children Fund Twitter page.

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