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Susan Sarandon And Padma Lakshmi Host a Ping Pong Tournament To Help Support Hurricane Sandy Victims (Photos)

Susan Sarandon

Talk about strong moms coming together! Celebrity moms Susan Sarandon and Padma Lakshmi decided to put their star power together by throwing a fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy victims with a ping-pong tournament. Talk about clever, right?

“Time and again New Yorkers have proven to be the most resilient and compassionate people in the world,” Susan told The Huffington Post. “It’s a privilege to help support some of the families who have been devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Ping-pong is a wonderful excuse for a group of people to come together for a good cause.”

Check out our photos from the event and tell us, have you contributed to a Hurricane Sandy relief fund? It’s so great to see these two women do something charitable for a good cause. Plus, Susan is simply awesome.

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    Susan Sarandon
    Ping Pong enthusiast Susan Sarandon and SPiN New York host Breezy Point Fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy Relief in NYC where she and friend Padma Lakshmi raffled off prizes including autographed ping-pong paddles!
  • So Fun 2 of 6
    So Fun
    I mean, how much fun would it be to play a ping-pong game with someone awesome like Susan?
  • Kick-Butt 3 of 6
    And I bet she'd still be able to kick a little butt, too! LOL.
  • Padma 4 of 6
    Is it just me, or is this celebrity mother getting more and more gorgeous by the day?
  • Who Knew? 5 of 6
    Who Knew?
    Who ever knew she was such a ping-pong enthusiast, too?
  • Tell Us Your Thoughts 6 of 6
    Tell Us Your Thoughts
    Have you contributed to Hurricane Sandy relief in anyway?

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