SATURDAY, APRIL, 7 2018
THE HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM | LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
For one special night, more than 400 business and philanthropic leaders, community members and advocates for homeless youth come together to celebrate My Friend's Place and the champions of our community who make possible transformative opportunities for homeless youth in Los Angeles. An evening of festivities that include world-class entertainment, dining and auctions, our 30th anniversary celebrates our years of service to work together as a community to end youth homelessness, one young person at a time.
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Contributing an auction item or package offers a fantastic way to support the vital programs and services of My Friend’s Place while providing a unique opportunity to highlight your commitment to ending youth homelessness and building brighter futures for our youth. Auction contributors will be acknowledged in event materials at the event and through various online platforms including our e-newsletter, website and social media platforms.
If you’re interested in contributing to our auction, please download and fill out the following form and e-mail it to Serita Robinson, Development Associate, at email@example.com
Sylvia Chivaratanond Gregory Butler
Founder - Credit West, LLC
Michael Oates Palmer
Liz Levitt Hirsch
International Research, Inc.
Executive Vice President
Mimi Won Techentin
N. Dexter Williams
Senior Vice President
Capital Group Companies
Lionsgate Television Group
Ann Develin Blanchard
Senior VP, Global Marketing
Partnerships and Strategic Alliances,
Promotions, Synergy and Special
Events for the Walt Disney Studios
Hotchkis & Wiley
President & CEO
Band of Outsiders
My Friend's Place Executive Director
Heather Carmichael, LCSW
Council of Advisors
Since 1988, My Friend's Place has been assisting and inspiring homeless youth to build self-sufficient lives. Serving nearly 1,500 homeless young people ages 12 to 25 and their children each year, My Friend's Place provides a free and comprehensive continuum of care that combines emergency necessities with therapeutic, health and mental health services, creative and living arts programming, and employment and education assistance. Seeking to lower traditional barriers to service and provide trauma-informed, individualized care for almost 100 youth each day, My Friend's Place offers homeless youth the opportunity to improve their psychological, intellectual and physical capacity to reach their potential and leave life on the streets behind for good.
For more information on My Friend’s Place and to learn about additional opportunities to become involved, please click here.