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Stars Join Ricky Martin's Video to Rebuild Haiti

February 22, 2010 (4:46 am) GMT
The 38-year-old singer has brought stars such as Alicia Keys, Janet Jackson, Eva Longoria and more together to star in the video of his Foundation/Habitat for Humanity Haiti Recovery Fund.
Ricky Martin

has gathered celebrity pals , and for a star-studded video, to raise money for the victims of earthquake-ravaged Haiti. The "She Bangs" hitmaker has formed the Ricky Martin Foundation/Habitat for Humanity Haiti Recovery Fund (RMFHaiti) to benefit the poverty-stricken country, rocked by a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake on January 12.

Martin produced and starred in the RMFHaiti video, urging viewers to send in donations. And he's heaping praise on the trio and other co-stars , , , , , and , among others, for lending their names to the cause.

In a thank you letter posted on the Habitat.org website, Martin writes, "Because of each person's donations of time, production resources, good will, positive energy and a lot of love, the Ricky Martin Foundation and Habitat for Humanity were able to create a united call-to-action to raise awareness and funds with three goals in mind: Rebuild hope. Rebuild homes. Rebuild Haiti. Now, we need your help. Visit www.habitat.org/rmfhaiti to get involved or donate online any amount you can to the RMF/HFH Haiti Recovery Fund."

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