Arianne Zucker And Jason Cook Partner For LifeCHANGE. (Updated.)
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Updated on June 7, 2012.
LifeCHANGE Leadership Programs is partnering with Africa Rising, founded by Ndaba Mandela and Kweku Mandela Amuah, grandsons of former President of South Africa Mr. Nelson Mandela, and Seth Maxwell, founder of The Thirst Project, to bring their program to South Africa this summer.
In mid-June, the LifeCHANGE team will travel to South Africa to enroll two young adults from America and two young adults from South Africa in the LifeCHANGE Leadership Program. After intense character-building guidance and mentoring, the participants will travel to Swaziland, where The Thirst Project is based, to learn about what the charity is doing to improve access to clean drinking water.
Updated on June 6, 2012.
LifeCHANGE is holding a special donation event. Everyone who donates $25 on Monday June 11 between 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM will receive an autographed “Days of our Lives” script. For more details about this opportunity, be sure to follow LifeCHANGE [@lifechangetv] and Arianne Zucker [@Ari_Zucker] on Twitter. In addition, the first five donors of $100 or more will receive a personal phone call from Arianne as well as the signed script.
Updated on March 20, 2012:
Arianne, Jason and Todd’s LifeCHANGE website is now live! Visit them today to share your own LifeCHANGE-ing experiences.
Executive Producer Arianne Zucker (“Days Our Lives,” Nicole) stated, “I am very excited for this next step in my own LifeCHANGE journey. My team and I have been working hard towards our goal, which is changing the lives of others for the better. We hope you can enjoy it with us.”
Previously Reported on June 23, 2011:
“Days of our Lives'” Arianne Zucker (Nicole), her brother Todd, and “General Hospital’s” Jason Cook (Matt) are coming together for a new project that will enable actors to make positive changes by giving back to the world through LifeCHANGE. The new documentary will have the actors helping six young adults, who will in turn help strangers they meet along the way through volunteer work, change the path of their lives.
Fans are encouraged to send in their videos, as casting is still underway, through LifeCHANGE.