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Jean-Claude Van Damme $15,000 to White Ribbon

JEAN-CLAUDE VAN DAMME & United Cinemas Australia Chairman Roy Mustaca OAM PRESENTED $15,000 TO WHITE RIBBON TODAY IN SYDNEY

Jean-Claude Van Damme(JCVD) & Roy Mustaca OAM presented a $15,000 cheque to White Ribbon Australia's Vincent Deluca at 12pm today Saturday 10th December.

The monies being donated were raised as a result of JCVD's two appearances last Saturday's December 3rd at United Cinemas screenings of Bloodsport at their Warriewood and Narellan locations.

The Chairman of United Cinemas , Australia's largest independently owned cinema chain, Roy Mustaca OAM said " We thank JCVD for having such a heart of gold giving his time to help and give support to raise funds for such a great cause as White Ribbon in the quest to stop domestic violence across Australia.He is so popular and his fans came out in huge numbers to support United Cinemas for the "I Swear" pledge in honour of White Ribbon.

JCVD has been in Australia over the last 10 days meeting politicians and fellow philanthropists in his quest to save the animals of the world both globally and locally that are facing extinction. His plan is to bring endangered animals to Australia and establish wildlife sanctuaries where animals such as elephants , rhinoceroses, cheetahs, lions, tigers and gorillas can procreate in a natural environment.

He is not asking for any government funding just help in facilitating the process of bringing animals into the country through normal approved channels through zoos and then placing the animals on land supplied by land owners with tens of thousands of acres around the nation.

Already a property in Broken Hill NSW with 35,000 acres has been offered as a destination.