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Celebs To Record Personalized Fan Voice Messages For Charity

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How would you like to be the envy of all your friends and family, plus help out a good cause at the same time?

A fundraiser for the advocacy group Sound Off For Autism Speaks is offering a unique chance for fans to receive a customized voice message from one of their favorite celebrities with all proceeds going towards the charity, reports CBS News.

According to the website, “Sound Off For Autism Speaks is an exciting fundraising effort that gives fans the opportunity to order a limited number of custom-recorded messages from their favorite celebrity. For just $299 the celebrity records the message as a digital file for the fan. 100% of proceeds benefit Autism Speaks.”

On the list of celebs involved with the project include Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston, Cher, the original Batman Adam West, Star Wars’ Mark Hamill, Jack Black, Jim Parsons, Michael Dorn, Peter Dinklage, Zachary Quinto and Dodgers announcer Vin Scully.

The fundraiser runs from Oct. 7 to Oct. 13 where celebs will record a limited number of 20-second long MP3 messages you write on a first-come, first-served basis.

Learn more about the charity event in the video below.

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