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Just One Hour Of Pay...

How can you help Andrea Jaeger's Little Star Foundation help children around the world?

Published July 26, 2010 12:00

Just One Hour Of Pay...
Andrea Jaeger

HESPERUS, CO, USA - Andrea Jaeger, a legend of women's tennis - and for the last 20 years a legend in humanitarianism - is teaming up with John McEnroe for One Hour Of Pay Helps A Child's Way, a new campaign aimed at raising funds for suffering children all around the world.

The campaign, organized by Jaeger's Little Star Foundation, is hoping anyone - including you - would be willing to donate one hour of work pay to help those worldwide affected by disease, hunger, natural disasters and poverty. Your donation will go towards their outreach efforts, which include distribution of medical necessities, food, basic daily needs and educational supplies.

The Little Star Foundation, founded by Jaeger in 1990, has helped thousands and thousands of children over the last two decades.

Help reach the goal of 500,000 participants by clicking here.

In addition to McEnroe and Maria Sharapova, the WTA Tour, the USTA and the tennis community, summer tournaments starting with the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford will be supporting the campaign.

Among those helped by the foundation is Andy Murray. When he was a child, Murray attended the school where the Dunblane Massacre took place; Jaeger and fellow player Maja Muric went to the school with tennis nets, racquets, balls, school supplies and gifts - Murray was one of the children they taught.

See pictures of Andrea and the Little Star Foundation's work here.

For more information on the campaign and the Little Star Foundation, to contact Andrea Jaeger or to see videos showing how it all helps children around the world, please visit the official website at www.littlestar.org.

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