Archie Panjabi Lends A Hand for Hope

Emmy winner Archie Panjabi has become a “Citizen of Hope,” as part of an awareness campaign launched by leading HIV/AIDS, cancer and diabetes researcher City of Hope.

BY Tracy E. Gilchrist

January 16 2013 4:26 PM ET

Emmy winner Archie Panjabi has become a “Citizen of Hope,” as part of an awareness campaign launched by leading HIV/AIDS, cancer and diabetes researcher City of Hope.

The British-born Panjabi, who plays bisexual investigator Kalinda Sharma on The Good Wife, lends her image to a poster campaign for the Southern California-based City of Hope, an “independent biomedical research, treatment and education institute and a leader in the fight to conquer HIV/AIDS, cancer, diabetes, and other life-threatening diseases,” according to the organization’s website.

Earlier this week Golden Globes nominee Panjabi attended a Globes’ gifting suite at L’Ermitage Beverly Hills that benefited City of Hope, Lambda Legal and victims of Hurricane Sandy, reports On Purpose magazine.

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