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The Boomtown Gala Celebrates SHARE Inc.’s 65 Years of Philanthropy

On May 20th, 2018, stars will come out to celebrate SHARE Inc.’s amazing 65 years of philanthropy at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.

The Righteous Brothers will headline the western-themed Annual Boomtown Gala this year, with additional performances by Martha & the Vandellas and Louis Van Amstel of Dancing with the Stars.  The evening’s MC will be Natalie Lander, of ABC‘s The Middle, and the guest list is a “who’s who” of Hollywood, with past attendees including Jamie Lee Curtis, Bruce Willis, Sharon Stone, and Sherry Lansing.

Author, activist, philanthropist, and television writer/producer Loreen Arbus will receive the prestigious Shining Spirit Award for her commitment to fighting for the rights of marginalized members of the LA community through The Loreen Arbus Foundation.  Like Arbus herself, who is most known for being an influential female leader at Lifetime and Showtime networks, SHARE Inc. was founded by esteemed women of Hollywood who joined forces to make a difference across the community.

What began back in 1953 as an effort among seven wives of Rat Pack artists including Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., and Dean Martin, SHARE Inc. has blossomed into an eighty-woman organization of dedicated businesswomen, philanthropists, and activists who have now raised an impressive $65 million for multiple charities and earned recognition at the highest level from President Reagan.

To reach their mission to “Share Happily and Reap Endlessly,” SHARE Inc. will present a star-studded evening not to be missed.  Sponsorship packages begin at $2000 and individual tickets at $500.  For further information, please call (310)274- 5361 or visit http://www.share4children.org.

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