Founded by ten year old anti-bullying activist Gerry Orz, KIDS RESOURCE will host an inaugural fundraising event featuring musical artists, catered refreshments, and the premiere of Gerry’s new anti-bullying film on Saturday, November 17, at Naya Sunset Restaurant, located at 3705 W Sunset Blvd. Doors open at 5:00 PM for red-carpet arrivals, with program and live entertainment starting at 7:00 PM.
Founded in 2012, KIDS RESOURCE was created by Gerry Orz to educate young children about the bullying epidemic kids face in school, and provide them with information and support, utilizing multi-media from a kid’s perspective. Kids Resource is also spearheading a movement to encourage every child in school to recognize Global Bullying Prevention Day on 12/12/12 by honoring the victims of bullying with a moment of silence on 12/12/12 at 12pm for 12 seconds.
At the Launch Party on November 17, KIDS RESOURCE, with the help and support of some very generous sponsors, will be serving a selection of tasty appetizers and delicious sweets while hosting an ongoing raffle, a silent auction, the premiere of Gerry’s new anti-bullying video, and special live performances by artists including Savannah Robinson, MoZaik, VanJess, LJ Ugarte, and Vasi, plus special appearances by Paralympic Medalist Angela Madsen and ‘Bailey’ the Mascot for the 2012 Stanley Cup Champions - the Los Angeles Kings.
For ticketing prices and additional information, please visit https://kidsresource.eventbrite.com/ or find “Kids Resource Launch” on facebook.
Sat, Nov 17, 2012 at 6:00pm
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3705 W. Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90026
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