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Tesco teams up with Dame Deborah James to tackle bowel cancer

BBC star has been working tirelessly on campaigns since her diagnosis in 2016, and is currently residing at her parents' house in Woking receiving end-of-life care. The Mirror reports that thus far, she has raised in excess of £6. 7 million for Cancer Research UK with her Bowelbabe Fund - which she initially set up so people could celebrate her life by 'buying her a drink'.

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Meryl Streep’s NINE-FIGURE fortune her kids will inherit – and how she kept them humble
While in the 1980’s she consistently earned over $4million (£3.26million) per film, she accepted the lead role in 2011’s The Iron Lady for just $1million (£816,000).She then went on to donate the entire amount to the Women’s History Museum. Streep’s real estate portfolio is almost as equally reputable as her acting chops, and the family currently own a $3.6million (£2.9million) home in California as well as a country home in Connecticut. The long run at the top of her game has seemingly not poached time from her personal and family affairs. Streep has four children with her husband Don Gummer, 75, two grandchildren, creating quite the family brood.However, while some may believe it could be easy to lay back on the bank of mum and dad when they have multimillion-pound net worth, the four Streep-Gummer children have done the exact opposite, earning their own reputations and fortunes. ttps:/celebrity-news/1626157/gary-lineker-wife-danielle-bux-marriage-split-birthday-age-news-latest-updatesAll of the Streep-Gummer clan have followed their mother’s footsteps in the spotlight, and have earned themselves sizeable reputations as well. Although, when you’re raised by Meryl Streep, many would not expect any less. The eldest of Meryl Streep’s children, Henry Wolfe Gummer, 42, is a musician along with a few acting credits under his belt. He married Tamryn Storm Hawker in June 2019 and the pair had a daughter in July 2020. Mary Willa Gummer, 39, known as Mamie, is a TV and theatre actress with the title role on Emily Owens, M.D and recurring appearances on The Good Wife as well as its spinoff The Good Fight. Mamie also appeared alongside her mother in the 2007 moving Evening, playing a younger version of Streep's character. Mamie
Blumhouse Chief Jason Blum Donates $10 Million to Vassar College Scholarships
Carson Burton Jason Blum, founder and CEO of Blumhouse, will make a $10 million gift to Vassar College to supplement the college’s financial aid funds, Vassar president Elizabeth Bradley disclosed Tuesday.The donation from Blum, who graduated from the college in 1991 and has served on its Board of Trustees since 2015, is the largest gift ever given to the college by a male alum. It is also the lead gift for Vassar’s upcoming fundraising campaign, which will launch this fall.“As we prepare to launch the largest campaign in Vassar’s history, Jason Blum’s gift for financial aid is catalytic and will have a positive impact on innumerable lives of Vassar students for years to come,” Bradley said.Blum, who majored in drama at the college, said his gift reflected his gratitude for the role his Vassar education played in shaping his career.“The courses I took, friends I made and the other activities I was involved in while at Vassar fueled my critical thinking skills and made me more curious about the world,” Blum said.He added: “I want to help ensure that Vassar is able to continue its commitment to admit students with the desire to succeed without regard to whether or not they can pay.”Blumhouse is a prolific production company that pioneered a new model of studio-caliber filmmaking through micro-budget films.
Gogglebox star Tom Malone praised by fans after sharing poignant cancer message
Gogglebox star Tom Malone has been praised by fans after sharing a heartfelt cancer message.The Malones are one of the most popular families on the Channel 4 reality show after they joined back in 2014.Although the show is currently on a break from filming until later on this year, the family are keeping themselves busy by risking their lives - all for a good cause.They aren't just kicking back and relaxing during their time away from the show as they've revealed that this month they'll be taking part in an abseil.The abseil is to help raise money for lung cancer sufferers and they've taken to social media to ask their followers for support.In a video uploaded on Friday, Julie said to the camera: "Try and guess what I've got him doing... What have I got you doing Tom?"Tom then explained that he will be taking part in an abseil later this month, in aid of the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.Tom then said: "It's a bit high but sometimes we need a bit of help with heights don't we? I'm only a short a**e."Julie then said: "You are".The Gogglebox stars then informed their 213k followers that the link was in their bio and to donate if they could.Tom then told their fans to come down and say hello when he does the abseil which they revealed would be at the Trafford Centre in Manchester.In another video, Tom joked that people who come down should encourage Julie to also abseil with him, before thanking those who have already donated as he said it was "much appreciated."So far, their Just Giving page has £732 and it wasn't long before fans showed their support for Tom.One fan wrote: "Amazing, good luck"Someone else added: "I've done that! Will be amazing".Another person who donated wrote: "Good luck Tom.
Love Island Tasha's sweet act of kindness as she vows to donate prize cash if she wins
Love Island star Tasha Ghouri has revealed that if she wins the ITV dating competition, she will donate half of the prize money to charity.The winning couple will receive £50,000 - but they have the choice to either split the winnings, or one person can take the money for themselves.However before entering the Love Island villa, Tasha revealed that if she wins, she will donate half of the prize money to the charity The National Deaf Children's Society.Tasha, who is Love Island's first deaf contestant and wears a cochlear implant, told press ahead of her villa stint: "If I did win Love Island my plan is to give 50% of it away to The National Deaf Children's Society."I have raised money for charities before and it's something I love to do and to give back."Before her Love Island appearance, model and dancer Tasha had spoken about being born deaf and that she "overcome a lot of obstacles" growing up with a disability she now calls her "superpower".She was also widely praised after being pictured in an ASOS campaign last year wearing her cochlear implant in the advertising campaign.Do you have a story about one of this year's Love Island stars? Contact us at staronlineshowbiz@reachplc.comHer modelling snaps for ASOS were widely praised on social media, with one user saying: "It's the first time I've ever seen a model with a hearing impairment, let alone an earring model and it's so refreshing to see this kind of representation for people like me."Sense charity CEO Richard Kramer also tweeted: "Well done @ASOS for their positive decision to include Natasha, a model with a cochlear implant, on their website."We still have a long way to go but great to see such refreshing and empowering representation and embracing a positive