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Rosie O'Donnell Biography
Rosie O'Donnell has taken her popularity and put it to good use. As a tireless crusader for children, she established the "Rosie's For All Kids Foundation," in 1997. Since its inception, the foundation has raised more than $60 million and awarded more than $27 million dollars in grants to over 1,400 child-related non-profit organizations to benefit low income families across the country. In 2005, Ms. O'Donnell established a fund to provide $3 million dollars to children and families displaced by Katrina which, among other projects built the first-ever childcare facility in a FEMA housing site, at Renaissance Village in Louisiana. In 2003, Ms. O'Donnell established "Rosie's Broadway Kids," a program that provides free in-school, after-school and summer instruction in musical theater to the public school children of New York. In 2008, Rosie's Broadway Kids will open the doors to their new home, Maravel Arts Center, a performing arts school in the heart of New York City's theater district. Ms. O'Donnell was last seen as moderator on the tenth season of ABC's "The View." In May of 2007, Time Magazine named Ms. O'Donnell one of the one hundred most influential people in the world for their "Time 100" cover story. In October of 2007, she released her second book called "Celebrity Detox" with Grand Central Publishing. She also reprised her role as Dawn Budge in FX's acclaimed series Nip/Tuck. Rosie's third book, Crafty U, will be released on April 8, 2008.