Talent INC Canada Child Star, Christian Martyn Goes on 30 Hour Hunger Strike to Raise Funds and Awareness for Underprivileged Families in Ghana

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Christian Martyn and his family have been involved in helping raise funds for World Vision Canada for many years. This May 10th and 11th, Christian has engaged dozens of other teens to go on a voluntary famine for 30 hours, and to collect sponsors for their efforts.

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Christian Martyn with Brendan Fraser

"I've been so fortunate growing up, taking everyday things for granted, that I feel it's my responsibility to give back to people in developing countries who don't have the things that my family and I do." ~ Christian Martyn, Child Star

Christian Martyn has graced both the big screen and your television screen in hit movies and TV shows for over 5 years now. From the lead role in Home Alone 5 to Split Decision starring Brendan Fraser, this young man seems to have a stellar life and career ahead of him.

However, when you talk to the young man from Oakville, Ontario, all he seems to be interested in is how he can use his fame and notoriety to help make the world a better place.

In fact, it was Christian's idea to bring World Vision to Talent INC Canada's National Conference last November. He really wanted to spread awareness and sympathetic action among other performers.

That is where Talent INC student Patrizia Lombardi met Christian for the first time. It was then that she was inspired to use her powerful presence on social media to help spread the word.

Patrizia said, "Working with Christian, and World Vision has been an exciting and eventful adventure. Not only do we get to learn more about the world we live in, but the fact that together we can make such a big impact is very gratifying."

The best part is this is something the whole family can get involved in. Kids under the age of 12 are not encouraged to fast, but they can give up something like their phone, videos games, TV or their favorite toy.

Kids and Teens from all across Canada, The US and even the UK will be joining forces to help raise funds and awareness for the children and families suffering in Ghana. To donate click HERE.

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