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On NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice, La Toya Jackson competed to raise funds for a cause close to her and her brother Michael’s heart, AIDS Project Los Angeles.
In a recent episode, La Toya won and donated $65,000 to APLA. The organization said the much-needed funds were a blessing in the wake of government cuts on their funding. “A gift of this size would allow us to buy enough food to serve every client at all nine of our food pantries for a month,”
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