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3rd Annual Imagine LA Ball benefits Homelessness

“The Imagine Ball started simply out of a passion to help get everyone involved in helping this cause and in the matter of only a few years it is has become a powerful fundraiser that brings both money and awareness to help fight homelessness.”  – John Terzian, h.wood Group Co-Founder and Imagine LA Co-Chair

 

Last Thursday, May 5, 2016 Entrepreneur Randall Kaplan and The h.wood Group’s John Terzian with Imagine LA‘s Jill Bauman hosted the 3rd ANNUAL IMAGINE BALL at Bootsy Bellows in West Hollywood. All proceeds from this event went directly towards Imagine LA to ensure family members can thrive.

 

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Those of us who live in Los Angeles are very aware of the ever growing homeless population and the need to help our fellow Angeleno who may not have been as lucky as us. The red carpet brought celebrity appearances by Patrick Schwarzennager, Ashley Madwake, Janet Montgomery, Metta World Peace, Jordan Payton, and many more. Comedian Tony Rock, was the host for the evening while DJ BeeFOWL played in between sets.

 

Brave Native and Nico + Vinz opened for the highly anticipated headliner, Natasha Bedingfield. The top charting artist sang an intimate jam session with a few of her greatest hits, including ‘Unwritten’, and ‘Pocketful of Sunshine’ with an acoustic player. Guests mingled and danced the night away in the swanky glitzy Bootsy Bellows and sipped on super premium Allaire Vodka & Aged Crystalized Tequila.

 

Learn more about how Imagine LA uses volunteer mentorship teams and community resources to empower families to transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency. 

 

PHOTO CREDIT: Faye Sadou

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