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Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus Help Launch Disney's Friends For Change Effort

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Hot on the heels of their successful tree planting tie-in with the film EARTH, Disney is today launching a new multiplatform environmental initiative that will help kids help the planet. Called “Friends for Change“, the year-long campaign will give kids practical ways to preserve the planet, track each participant’s collective impact and have the opportunity to vote on how $1 million in donations from Disney will be divided and invested in various environmental causes over the course of a year.

As expected, Disney Channel stars are coming out in force to promote the initiative. First up are two commercials from the Jonas Brothers and Miley Cyrus. Check them out below — or visit the official site here for more information!

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