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Jon Cryer Does Ice Bucket Challenge in a Big Way

Aug 19 2014, 9:15am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

Jon Cryer Does Ice Bucket Challenge in a Big Way
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Jon Cryer answers Charlie Sheen's call to do the Ice Bucket Challenge and tops him.

The Ice Bucket Challenge continues with awesome videos from celebrities. As reported earlier the Project A.L.S. supporting viral charity campaign has even reached Asia. The Foxconn Chairman and also the CEO of Xiaomi took the Ice Bucket Challenge. 

Charlie Sheen kicked of the Ice Bucket Challenge for the cast of Two and a Half Men. He showered himself with $10,000 instead of cold water. He of course donates the money to ALS research. He called out Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher.

Ashton Kutcher was quick with response. Watch his Ice Bucket Challenge video below.

Jon Cryer got also called out by Ashton Kutcher and he responded with a video that not only show him take the Ice Water Challenge but also dies the same money show as Charlie Sheen.

The latest reports say that because of the viral Ice Bucket Challenge, Project A.L.S. has raised $15.6 million since July 29. In the same period of last year only $50,000 have been donated. The Ice Bucket Challenge has tremendous impact that might even be the critical game changer for ALS research.

 

Project A.L.S. was founded in 1998 by Jenifer Estess, her sisters, and friends, and has become the new paradigm for brain disease research. Project A.L.S. identifies and funds the most promising, rational, and aggressive research strategies among collaborators at Harvard, Columbia, Johns Hopkins, Cornell, Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York University, and The Salk Institute, among others. 

To donate to Project A.L.S. visit their site.

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