Eliza Dushku and Rick Fox touch hearts with their visit The Carroll Center for the Blind

Good looking doesn’t begin to describe Eliza Dushku and Rick Fox. Photo: Eliza Dushku and Rick Fox

Boston, June 3, 2012 – Good looking doesn’t begin to describe Eliza Dushku and Rick Fox. There may not be a better looking couple out there. The celebrity pair dazzled during their visit toThe Carroll Center for the Blind today.  

Dushku is visiting her hometown area in Boston. Her latest project is an Albania Documentary that is already getting some great attention. I was thrilled that Eliza and Rick took time out of their busy schedules to visit The Carroll Center. Eliza has been very kind to The Carroll Center. She has tweeted support for my CCB fundraisers and has donated herself. Eliza is a kind hearted soul and her support of such a great cause speaks volumes. Rick Fox is such a gentleman! The two are magical together!

The Carroll Center helps individuals of all ages who are blind or visually impaired. During the summer months, CCB focuses on children and teenagers who are dealing with vision loss. 

The group of teens who met Eliza and Rick today were ecstatic to meet their hero from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” & “Dollhouse”!  Eliza and Rick were able to see the teens getting low vision training, computer training & much more.  There are several different programs that teenagers take part in at the Carroll Center during the summer.

Teens that are preparing for college are able to take a college course for credit at a local college.Teens that are interested in getting their first job take part in the real world of work program.  In addition to their classes this summer, the teens will be going on fun field trips and enjoying fun yoga, music, crafts and movie clubs!

I am so grateful to Eliza and Rick for their visit! Please support them and their wonderful projects and causes!

Eliza’s official website

Rick’s official website


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