The Hollywood Press Corps was delighted to be invited to attend the third annual A Brighter Future for Children Charity Gala at the Taglyan Complex in Los Angeles, on March 3, 2016. The spectacular event was hosted by The Dream Builders Projects, along with Angeleno Magazine, Prime Five Homes, and Suja. A Brighter Future for Children Charity Gala is raising funds and awareness for the Audrey Hepburn CARES Center at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
The event was a huge, sold-out success and was bustling with stars from television, music and movies. Some of the celebrities that Hollywood Press Corps caught up with on the red carpet included Donny Most (Ralph Mouth) of Happy Days.
Guests enjoyed delicious cocktails courtesy of Hendricks Gin, Tito’s Vodka, and Tequila by Casa Mexico. Local artists were on site creating live paintings and attendees were treated to a very rare performance by Grammy award winning composer and pianist, Omar Akram.
Guests were also invited to try their luck at poker tables. 100% of the proceeds from the gala was donated to the Audrey Hepburn CARES Center at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. The funds donated will help provide comprehensive medical evaluations, treatment, and psychiatric rehabilitation to children who have been affected by physical, sexual, and psychological abuse and neglect.
Some of the celebrities that attended the gala included Julie McNiven (Mad Men), Shaun Ross (Vogue), Genevieve Morton (Sports Illustrated), Jared Harris (The Man From U.N.C.L.E), Alex Meneses (Telenovela) ,Kelli Burglund (Lab Rats), and Ariel Winter (Modern Family), Omar Akram (2016 Grammy Winner), Ken Davitian (Borat), Britt Flatmo (Singer/Songwriter & Super8), Jimmy Jean-Louis (Joy), Brian Krause (Charmed), Don Most (Happy Days), Adrian Paul (Highlander), Kelly Perine (oneonone), Jeffery and Matthew Postlethwaite (Peaky Blinders), Chistopher Sean (Hawaii Five-0), Christopher Reich (Reba), Larry Namer (Founder of E! Entertainment, Jayde Nicole (Kendra on Top), Paulo Benedeti (The Bold & The Beautiful), Tony Denison (Major Crimes).