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Judd Apatow has collected some of his famous friends and put them on film for a special charity video for the American Jewish World Service (AJWS) to celebrate the organization’s 25th anniversary.

Among those to appear on the video are Ben Stiller, Don Johnson, Lindsay Lohan, Sarah Silverman, Kiefer Sutherland, Patrick Stewart, Jerry Seinfeld, Susan Sarandon, John Mayer, Tracy Morgan, Julia Louis Dreyfus, Denis Leary, Helen Hunt, Dane Cook and many more.

According to the organization: "Some famous people made this hilarious video on our behalf. It rocks. So by all means, laugh your tuches off. Enjoy some of the most celebrated names in entertainment (including Ben Stiller, Sarah Silverman, Kiefer Sutherland, Susan Sarandon and, yes, Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog) roasting AJWS as we mark our 25th anniversary. We’re here to amuse.

“But along the way we also alleviate poverty, hunger and disease in the developing world (sounds crazy, but it’s what we do.) And to make that happen, we rely on assistance from people like you. So when this achingly funny video ends please consider donating, taking action or signing up for one of our e-mail newsletters. Just click one of the bright, shiny buttons to right of the player. It takes about 13 seconds.

“As Patrick Stewart says, "Individuals can change the world. " And as a Starfleet captain, he should know (even though he’s not Jewish.)"

The AJWS fights hunger, disease and poverty in the developing world, offers volunteer opportunities, advocates for global change and educates the American Jewish community about global issues.

To watch the video and find out more, click here.

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