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Raven-Symone and Vivica A. Fox Play for the American Red Cross on NBC's Celebrity Family Feud
Date:6/23/2008

Celebrity Family Feud Premieres on NBC on Tuesday, June 24 at 8pm (ET)/7pm (CT)

WASHINGTON, June 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Musician/Actress Raven-Symone and Vivica A. Fox, will be playing in the star studded game show, "Celebrity Family Feud" on NBC to benefit the Red Cross. Raven-Symone and her family will be playing in the premiere of this classic quizzer which debuts on Tuesday, June 24 at 8pm (ET)/7pm (CT). Vivica A. Fox will appear on the July 15 show.

Raven-Symone has been on the American Red Cross National Celebrity member for over two years and has dedicated her time to disaster relief efforts and assisting the organization with informing the public about the importance of babysitting training. This opportunity comes at an important time for the organization as American Red Cross disaster relief volunteers are helping victims of flooding and tornadoes across eight states - an enormous geographic area. From the plains of Kansas to the mountains of West Virginia, the Red Cross is on the scene with vast amounts of clean up supplies, dozens of shelters and tens of thousands of meals. For more information on how to make a donation to the Disaster Relief Fund, which helps the victims of thousands of disasters across the country each year, disasters like the tornadoes and floods in the Central United States, call 1-800-HELP NOW contact your local Red Cross chapter or log on to http://www.redcross.org.

As part of her volunteer service to the American Red Cross, the actress and singer has recorded public service announcements to promote the importance of preparedness, disaster response, and babysitter training. To view these please visit Red Cross press room available advertisements (http://www.redcross.org/press/psa/psaRadio.html). Team Raven will also be wearing vintage Red Cross shirts (

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