Anyone in the motion picture and television community who has been affected by the numerous fires that have swept through Southern California can get help through The Motion Picture and Television Fund. The MPTF says it is offering assistance to members of the film and TV community whose fires have upended their lives and destroyed their homes. “MPTF belongs to everyone in the entertainment business and its successes are embodied in the spirit of stepping up and giving back. Now, more than ever, it matters that we take care of our own,” said Bob Beitcher, president and CEO. Those who need assistance can call (323) 634-3888.
MPTF Offering Assistance To Members Affected By California Wildfires
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