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Actor, director, Pittsfield native Elizabeth Banks makes donation to Berkshire Med

She joins forces with makers of touchless pump dispensers

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Hollywood star and Pittsfield native Elizabeth Banks is making a donation of sanitizer and dispensers to the hospitgal where she was born, Berkshire Medical Center. 

"I have teamed up with @simplehuman to donate sensor pumps and sanitizers to @Berkshire_Med (where I was born!) and @Baystate_Health," she said in a tweet on Tuesday.

Banks has appeared in films such as "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," "What to Expect When You're Expecting" and "The Hunger Games" trilogy.

She was also a producer on "Pitch Perfect" and a director on "Pitch Perfect 2," which became the highest-grossing music comedy film of all time.

Banks also plays a role in the new "Charlie's Angels": the new Bosley to current Angels Sabina (Kristen Stewart), Elena (Naomi Scott) and Jane (Ella Balinska).


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