Jenna and Ethan join charity cruise.

Jenna and Ethan join charity cruise.
Survivor All-Stars couple Jenna Morasca and Ethan Zohn are clearly working to set the help-others bar high for other reality TV stars. After posing naked for PETA, Ethan and Jenna “have joined with to honor another kind of survivor—cancer survivors” with a seven-day cruise titled “Sail to Survive.” According to a press release, “a portion of each cabin fare will go to the Avon Breast Cancer Foundation and Ethan Zohn’s AIDS awareness foundation, Grassroot Soccer. Monies raised from other activities onboard will benefit Pittsburgh’s Animal Friends Shelter and the Colon Cancer Alliance.” Jenna was contacted by the owners of a cruise travel agency, and agreed to participate with Ethan. They’ll both be on the cruise, raising more money with “Survivor-type games and activities poolside,” according to the travel agency’s co-owner.

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