Robert Pattinson has donated a private screening of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 to generate funds for Program Advancing Girls’ Education, an organization helping to educate teen girls in Cambodia. The movie will be screened for 20 people in Los Angeles on Nov. 17, the night before the global release.
The winners of the screening would also be awarded goodies, including signed posters, DVDs and a replica of Bella’s wedding ring.
This screening is in partnership with the Go Campaign, and the generated funds will be used to construct a permanent shelter home for girls in Cambodia. The new house will be able to house 20 girls. PAGE has acquired a large piece of land so as to setup a vegetable garden of their own to feed the students.
Similar to this screening, Pattinson had auctioned an opportunity to meet him on the set of Breaking Dawn under the same campaign last year. The money generated, about $80,000, is being used by PAGE.