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Actor Ben Stiller is currently fronting an advertising campaign for Save the Children, and has spoken about his recent trip to Uganda, in which he visited children and families who benefit from the charity’s work.

“I visited Uganda this year and saw firsthand how Save the Children is making a difference in the lives of children in need,” he said. “Even in the poorest, most remote communities, I saw children who were excited about learning and teachers who were helping their students to achieve. Save the Children’s education programs – many of them in areas of war and conflict – are bringing hope to children who clearly love the opportunity to go to school and try to rewrite the future for themselves and their communities.”

The star is currently appearing in print advertisements with celebrities such as Willem Dafoe, Isabella Rossellini and Terrence Howard as part of a new campaign in association with Bulgari jewelry.

Bulgari has created a special range of silver rings for the campaign, with S. Bulgari engraved on the outside and Save The Children engraved on the inside.

The rings will cost $290, with $60 going to Save The Children’s Rewrite The Future campaign, aimed at helping Save the Children improve education for millions of children living in war zones and other conflict-affected areas.

The ring can be ordered here.

To watch a video in which Stiller talks candidly about his trip to Uganda, click here.

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