Jennifer Aniston

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Jennifer Aniston's efforts to help Haiti didn't start and end with her recent $500,000 donation to various relief organizations.

What's Aniston doing next?

Aniston will host a benefit screening later this month of The Last Station, the Sony Pictures Classic drama that snagged Oscar nominations this morning for Helen Mirren and Christopher Plummer. Proceeds will be donated to AmeriCares, one of the three nonprofits Aniston gave money to last month.

"AmeriCares delivered nearly $10 million in lifesaving medical aid for earthquake survivors in Haiti," reads a quote from Aniston on the invite. "They have a longstanding commitment to the people of Haiti and will continue to send relief in the days, weeks, months and years ahead."

Minimum price for the movie night, which includes a postscreening cocktail party with the film's director, Michael Hoffman, is $100 per ticket and goes as high as $50,000.


Click here to find out how you can also help Haiti.

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