On Tuesday, October 25, 2011 The 2nd Annual Friends Without A Border Gala benefiting Angkor Hospital for Children of Cambodia was held at The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel located at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, CA 90028 from 5:30pm to 1:00 am.
The evening featured performances by the Khmer Arts Ensemble, a silent and live auctions, and an after-party with DJ Mia Moretti, including cocktails and hor d’oveuvres all night. Individual tickets for the Gala begin at $100 to $500.00 for VIP.
Among Booboo Stewart and Sarah Drew were Fivel Stewart, Rachel Boston, James Frain, Mia Moretti, Caitlin Moe and many more.
The evening committee were Devon Aoki, David Chang, Goodwin Gaw, Kenro Izu, and Jason Pomeranc.
About Boo Boo Stewart:
Boo Boo Stewart (born Nils Allen Stewart, Jr.; January 21, 1994) is an American singer,dancer, model, child actor, and martial artist.
About Sarah Drew:
Sarah Drew (born October 1, 1980) is an American actress. She is known for her role as Hannah Rogers in Everwood (2004–2006) and for her role as Dr. April Kepner on Grey’s Anatomy(2009–present).
About Friends Without A Border:
Friends Without A Border is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which raises awareness and funds to support Angkor Hospital for Children, a leading pediatric hospital providing medical care to children in post-genocide Cambodia. With a population of about 14 million in Cambodia, over one-third are children under the age of 15. In 1996, 1 out of 6 children died before the age of 5 from preventable illnesses such as diarrhea and upper respiratory infection. In recent years, the ratio decreased to 1 out of 12. To learn more about Friends Without A Border visit http://www.fwab.org/
About Angkor Hospital for Children:
Through Angkor Hospital for Children, Friends Without A Border provides direct medical care and treatment to the children of Cambodia, training for healthcare professionals from throughout the country, and village-based community health programs. On average, 600 children and their families arrive at AHC daily. AHC has treated more than 900,000 sick and malnourished kids since it opened in 1999. Together, FWAB and AHC are rebuilding the devastated healthcare infrastructure of a war-torn and impoverished country. To learn more about Angkor Hospital for Children visit http://angkorhospital.org/
Source: Wikipedia & Sunshine Sachs
Photos credit to: Diversity News Publications
Videos courtesy of Diversity News TV
Editor’s Note: Thank you to Claudia Martinez from Sunshine Sachs for the invitation to cover the event.
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