CAMFED – the Campaign for Female Education – received a special surprise last week when Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria rang and pledged a donation of $37,000.

Longoria – a Chase Community Giving board member – made the grant to help support girls through high school in Zimbabwe. Chase donated a total of $62,000 to CAMFED during a recent charity competition.

To watch a video on how CAMFED will use the money, click here.

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