UPDATE: Organizers of The Mulligan Project announced that they raised more than $60,000 this year and still counting on the CharityBuzz.com’s online auction. Please spread the word about The Mulligan Project’s ongoing online auction. There are still so much good stuffs to bid on.
On September 15, 2012 from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm, Peter & Lisa Brennan invited guests to the Third Annual Mid Autumn Festival to benefit the Non-profit The Mulligan Project.
The lavish event was held on a beautiful mansion located on Sunset Plaza Drive in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Hills. Peter & Lisa Brennan are Award-Winning creators of “Judge Judy” & “Last Shot with Judge Gunn”. They both wanted guests to be aware how much these children will appreciate their donations. The support is needed all year round.
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The Mulligan Project mission is to improve the lives of children with disabilities in Central Vietnam. This project offers special education, physical therapy, and speech therapy. The Mulligan Project (TMP) is a non-profit organization, so donations are acceptable to help children in need.
The proceeds will benefit The Mulligan Project, a Los Angeles-based non-profit founded by TV producing couple Kelly Gonzales (of “Deal or No Deal”) and Eddie Rohwedder (Only in American with ‘Larry, The Cable Guy,’ ‘Destroyed in Seconds,’ ‘Fast and Loud’), with Anderson Cooper (Judge Alex).
A star-studded red carpet was set up in front of the beautiful home. Many guests such as such as, Actress Lucy Treadway “ABC Beverly Hills Nannies”, Producer and Actress Kristin Lancione “ABC Beverly Hills Nannies”, Comedian and Actress Luenell from “Hotel Transylvania” and “Think Like a Man”, HFPA Board Chairman Ruben Nepales, Celebrity hairstylist Daniel Dicroscio, Fashion designer Joey Galon, Celebrity couture designer David Tupaz, Model Sophie Turner, 2012 Miss Latina and Asia USA candidates, Miss Asia USA 2011 Ariana Nicole attended and many more. Other celebrity guest and television personalities also have shown their support.
Lion dancers performed while guests enjoy their meal provided by an Asian-Fusion Cuisine. The cuisine was delicious and the dessert table was filled with lots of chocolates, cupcakes, brownies, and fruits. The bar provided any drink you desire. On the way out guests were given a gift bags.
The attendance was a great turn out. If you didn’t attend, you can also donate and support this non-profit organization by going to their website.
Photos credit to: Stella Gomez, Disco Stella’s Pics for Diversity News Magazine and WilkiImages.
Editor’s Note: Article will be updated soon with the total amount raised for The Mulligan Project. Special thank you to Ms. Peter & Lisa Brennan, Kelly Gonzales, Oliver Carnay from International Artists PR & Talent Management, Dr. Mark Valinsky from Valinsky Media Group.
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