Funnyman Russell Brand has vowed to rescue the charity that helped him overcome his drug problems.
The British comedian, who is a former heroin addict, credits charity Focus 12 for helping to conquer his drug issues.
But the organisation faces closure after its funding was cut by the British government - and Brand has offered to do all he can to help it survive, joining a campaign to keep the charity open.
Focus 21 boss Chip Somers, says, "Thankfully, we have two high-level patrons without whom I don't think we would have survived. Both are still very much a part of the charity and want to help."