Bob Barker donates $2M to Semper Fi Fund
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Former TV game show host Bob Barker is donating $2 million to a charity that aids injured military and their families.
The Semper Fi Fund assists Marines, soldiers, sailors and Air Force and Coast Guard members who are injured during service.
Barker is slated to make the donation on Wednesday at a ceremony in Hollywood, according to a press statement.
The former host of "The Price is Right" is a former World War II fighter pilot. He's also an animal rights activist and last year donated $2.5 million to help People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals open a new location in Los Angeles.
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