Brad Garrett, Ray Romano, Hank Azaria To Play In WSOP Ante Up For Africa Poker Tournament
Celebrities Ben Affleck and Matt Damon have already confirmed for The Fourth Annual WSOP Ante Up For Africa Charity Poker Tournament on July 3, 2010 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, and more big names are following suit. Actors and funny men Brad Garrett, Ray Romano and Hank Azaria will also return to the felt to play with friends Annie Duke and Don Cheadle for the cause.
As long-time AUFA supporters, Garrett, Romano and Azaria are excited to once again be involved in an event that has raised millions to date and will continue to benefit such organizations including the Enough Project, an advocacy group working to prevent genocide and crimes against humanity and the Darfur Peace and Development Organization (DPDO), which provides humanitarian and development assistance to the victims of conflict in Darfur, Sudan without regard to ethnicity, gender, age or religious beliefs.
Be sure to stay tuned for updates as we hear from more poker pros, stars of the screen and professional athletes to confirm their participation in the AUFA charity tournament.
Ante Up For Africa is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 by Don Cheadle, Annie Duke and Norman Epstein and has raised more than $3 million to date. To learn more about two of the ongoing lifesaving humanitarian assistance projects currently being supported by AUFA, click the following links: Gangy High School and The Women’s Center in North Darfur.
**All AUFA celebrity attendance announcements are subject to availability.