Month: August 2016

Geezer Butler of Black Sabbath sure loves his kitty!

“Furball at the Skirball” event benefited the Kitten Nursery. Hosted by actor and activist Billy McNamara, Kitten Rescue will honor Gloria and Geezer Butler of (Black Sabbath) with their Advocacy Award. Celebrity guests included Tricia Helfer, Jackson Galaxy and Bonnie-Jill Laflin. The evening supported the organization’s efforts to rescue, rehabilitate and place homeless animals into loving homes, with a special focus on raising funds for their new Kitten Rescue Nursery. A non-profit, no kill, cat rescue organization based in Los Angeles, dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and placement of homeless animals since...

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Glee’s Harry Shum & vision loss are on the rise! #HOWEYESEEIT

More than 10 million Americans are effected by Vision Loss caused by retinal degenerative diseases. Americans rank losing eyesight as the worst thing that could happen to them when ranked against other conditions including loss of a limb, memory, hearing or speech. How Eye See It Campaign has paired individuals with these diseases that cause vision loss with celebrities such as Glee’s Harry Shum Jr., Diane Guerrero of Orange is the New Black and Justin Baldoni of Jane the Virgin, demonstrating the difficulty in performing everyday tasks with vision impairment or loss. We also have campaign ambassadors including NASCAR drivers Darrell Waltrip and Dale...

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Clayton Kershaw’s 4th Annual Celebrity Ping Pong Tournament

Will Ferrell hosted the Fourth Annual Ping Pong 4 Purpose celebrity ping pong tournament, Thursday, August 11 at Dodger Stadium, benefiting Kershaw’s Challenge, an organization launched by dodger pitcher Clayton Kershaw and his wife in 2011 which encourages people to utilize their individual passions and talents for the betterment of others. Stars such as Susan Sarandon, Diplo, Mario Lopez, Orel Hershiser, Anthony Anderson, Mike Epps and I mean the list just goes on! The evening honored former super agent Dennis Gilbert and founder of The Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation ,sole benefactor of the Dennis Gilbert baseball field in South Central, LA, current Chicago...

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Amy Winehouse still helping women with addicton in her afterlife with Amy’s Place

Sometimes we are lucky enough to find a way to turn tragedy into triumph. In 2011 the world lost 5 time grammy award winner from alcohol poisoning at the young age of 27. Ms. Amy Winehouse who was extremely charitable during her life, has found a way in her afterlife to help women suffering from her fatal disease. The Amy Winehouse Foundation will open it’s first Female Only Rehab center for those struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. With assistance from housing charity Centra, the center, named Amy’s Place of course, will open in East London on August 22,...

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Humanitarian Ben Affleck helping the Eastern Congo says he will look back on his life and respect this the most

Ben Affleck was reading about the violence in Darfur and was moved by the amount of deaths going on that he decided to help. So, The Eastern Congo Initiative was started by Ben Affleck and a gal named Whitney Williams in 2010 – ECI, what a great organization and great for Ben & Jen’s kids to see the humanitarians and philanthropists that they are. It was started by Ben when him and Jen were together and I believe STILL are! At least I’d like it to be that way, and I’m almost sure Jen was a big supporter for him...

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