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Three for the Cause: Celebs Come Together for Women of the Congo

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Actresses Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox Arquette and Sheryl Crow had a night on the town for something much greater that drinks. The three came out to support their friend and OmniPeace founder Mary Fanaro's event "Stamp Out Violence Against Women and Girls in Congo," held at STK in Los Angelos, according to People.com.

"I couldn't imagine a better group of three musketeers to help me tonight," she said. The women sported T-shirts created for the Art of Humanity Foundation and OmniPeace, in which 25 percent of the profits goes to UNICEF and V-Day Foundation to build the City of Joy, a rehabilitation center and safe community for Congolese women.

"I am extremely lucky but these women and girls need help - it makes you think," said Aniston. "We can do something about this. I want to bring awareness to this," Cox Arquette adds. - Shavon S. Greene

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