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Jamie Foxx Supports Sister DeOndra At Global Down Syndrome Foundation Benefit

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Oct. 22 2018, Updated 7:23 p.m. ET

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Jamie Foxx put family first this weekend! On Saturday, October 20, the actor attended the “Be Beautiful, Be Yourself” fashion show in Denver, CO, which raises funds for the Global Down Syndrome Foundation. Jamie attended the event with his sister DeOndra Dixon, who was born with Down syndrome, and his daughter Annalise. In addition to Jamie, celebs like Colin Farrell and Jeremy Renner also participated in the benefit, which raised $2.4 million for Down syndrome research!

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Jamie was all smiles on the red carpet with his sister DeOndra, who rested her head on her niece’s shoulder for this sweet family photo.

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At one point, Jamie was joined on stage by Colin and Jeremy. The two actors auctioned off opportunities to be on the red carpet at the premieres of their upcoming films, the Denver Post reported.

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Colin, whose son James has Angelman syndrome, received the evening’s 2018 Quincy Jones Exceptional Advocacy award, along with his fellow actor Zack Gottsagen, pictured here.

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Zack stars in the upcoming film The Peanut Butter Falcon with Dakota Johnson and Shia LaBeouf, both of whom attended the evening’s event to support their costar.

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Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller, far right, was also on hand at the event and helped score one of the biggest donations of the night! He agreed to let Jamie auction off his eye-catching gold and blue suit, which was sold to his team’s quarterback Case Keenum for $35,000.

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