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Larry Wilcox

October 9, 2010 by staff 

Larry Wilcox, CHiPs “star Larry Wilcox announced the creation of a new charitable foundation for children worldwide. Creating the sapphire mine he succeeded in Montana, plans are to donate special gems and bangles and pendants made from precious stones to the terminally ill children and those in crisis. He also hopes to raise funds for health, educational and psychological needs of children worldwide.

“I always thought that children are flowers of our future,” said Wilcox.

The project Gems Gems is also planning to donate the profits from the sale of the Montana sapphires special to help youth activities fund.

“I have a particular interest in children who have lost a parent or loved one in the line of duty, as they have served their country as a police officer, firefighter, federal agent or a member of the army”, Wilcox said, “but the word all children need help and the opportunity to flourish. ”

Wilcox is currently working to obtain nonprofit status for the organization. As part of its efforts to help children in need, it appears at an event benefiting CHP agency widows and orphans of the Fund on October 2 and will be part of the 7th Annual Day 10/04 in Hollywood on October 4.

About Larry Wilcox:

Larry Wilcox is a native of Wyoming and Vietnam veteran who shot to fame when he was cast as Officer Jon Baker Erik Estrada Frank Poncherello face in the hit television series “CHiPs.” CHiPs “ran on NBC for six seasons between 1977 and 1983 and still has a loyal following. A father of five children, Wilcox is now involved in various public service projects and philanthropic efforts and work as casual. It firmly believes in giving back to his community and his country.

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