Bruce & Demi's daughters host youth fundraising event

12/17/2005 at 02:09 PM ET

Willis_051210_01 On December 10th, the Willis girls, Rumer, 16, Scout, 13, and Tallulah Belle, 11, hosted PlayStation® BANDtogether, a music and gaming festival which raised money for their dad’s Bruce Willis Foundation in Culver City, CA.  It brought celebrities and teens together to compete for a cause and raise money and awareness for Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity and Save the Children, and to support ONE: The Campaign to Make Poverty History.

Proud papa Bruce said, "My daughters and I have been moved by the recent tragedies that have impacted our nation and they have shown us that now is a time to react and support those in need.  Through the PlayStation partnership, the Bruce Willis Foundation will be able to reach even further into the community and educate young people on how they too can make a difference."

Bruce created the Bruce Willis Foundation ten years ago in order to improve the lives of young people by helping them express themselves in creative ways and providing support to allow them to reach their full potential.

Founded 10 years ago by actor Bruce Willis, the Bruce Willis Foundation aims to help improve the lives of young people by empowering children to express themselves in creative ways and providing the support they need to reach their full potential. Organizations that have benefited from the foundation include foster care and adoption programs such as the National Foster Care Fund and the Fostering a Future Program.

Source: Hello! Magazine and CommunityDispatch.com

Photo Source: BrunoPress


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