34 Survivor cast members will attend a Saturday fundraiser for a camp that helps kids affected by AIDS.

34 Survivor cast members will attend a Saturday fundraiser for a camp that helps kids affected by AIDS.
Some of the cast members from all four seasons of Survivor will attend Survivor Fest, a fundraiser for Camp Kindle, a “summer camp for youth ages 7-18 infected with and affected by HIV and AIDS.” Live and silent auctions will also raise money; the survivors will be available to sign items purchased in the auction. The event will be held tomorrow at the Pershing Center in Lincoln, Nebraska; tickets are $35, or $50 to sit at a table with a cast member.

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