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As a woman, how does one actually make time to give back and serve the universe amongst a seemingly never ending “priority” list? On March 14th, we brought together a community of allies for good to discuss just that.
It’s inevitable. There’s an overwhelming cultural obsession with celebrities - a constant curiosity into their lives, enamored by their clothing, soaking up the tabloids, peeping their Instagram profiles.
Baby2Baby is a non-profit that provides children living in poverty, ages 0-12 years, with diapers, clothing and all the basic necessities that every child deserves.
Someone once told me that when you’re crazy enough to start your own thing, you will have very few opportunities to stop, breathe, recognize, and reflect on memorable milestones and moments. They weren’t kidding.
“Thank you for your services.” I must have said this no less than thirty five times on the evening of November eighth, while attending the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund ~ Heroes in Hollywood Gala.
Did you know young adults aging out of foster care have a significantly increased risk of homelessness, economic instability and poverty?
The sun was setting over the crystal blue Pacific Ocean, guests were overflowing at The Jonathan Club Santa Monica entrance, and the music and cocktails were already flowing on the evening of October 19.
When the creative community throws an event, you know it’s going to be next caliber. When they come together to support a cause, you know their voices will be heard! The Sexy Beast LA Art Auction and Gala is no exception, having raised nearly $1MM for Planned Parenthood over the last two years.
With My Own Two Hands provides water and agriculture projects that fund education and create self-reliance to communities. This is done through partnering with projects in Africa that are already investing in the wellbeing and education of children.
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. There couldn’t be a truer statement when describing two of the most influential women in Jane Seymour’s life – her mother, Mieke, and daughter, Katie Flynn.
The National YoungArts Foundation Sunset Soirée brings together a community of attendees passionate about fueling an infrastructure of culture.