Paul Rudd, Dean Morgan, Burton Help Hudson Valley Nonprofit
Paul Rudd and other famed Hudson Valley actors like Jeffery Dean Morgan and Hilarie Burton are teaming up to help a local nonprofit organization.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Hilarie Burton and friends, including Mary Stuart Masterson, Paul Rudd and Tyler Hilton are gearing up for Ghost Stories III to benefit the children of Astor Services for Children & Families in Rhinebeck and the Bronx.
Ghost Stories III is scheduled for this Saturday, Feb. 9, at 5 p.m. at the Ulster Performing Arts Center in Kingston. Tickets start at $56.
Morgan and his wife live in Dutchess County. They will be joined by other Hudson Valley celebrities to "make the most a cold winter’s night with 'Ghost Stories – A Night of Ghostly Storytelling with Hilarie Burton & Jeffrey Dean Morgan & Friends,'" according to a press release.
Astor provides behavioral and educational services for children and their families and now serves more than 10,000 children in the Hudson Valley and the Bronx.
Money raised from past Ghost Stories events with Burton and Morgan have supported refurbishment projects of the non-profit’s 57-year-old residential treatment center.
Burton and Morgan have also provided critical help with 44-bed residence’s mini-renovation, including developing finish selections and designs, securing pro-bono contractors, coordinating donated goods and otherwise contributing hands-on work.
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