MUSE TV’s Michael Sandoval was recently at Paramount Studios to attend the Variety 9th Annual Charity Poker & Casino Night fundraiser for The Children’s Charity of Southern California. Poker players, Hollywood stars, along with several top executives from movie studios and over 400 guests, came out to play their hand to benefit the children who receive aid and support from Variety – The Children’s Charity of Southern California. Michael spoke with several celebrities attending about the charity event including; Nikki Bella, Artem Chigvintsev, Yancy Arias, Jamie Gold, Erik Aude, Erin O’Brien, Annalynne McCord, Carmyn Manheim and many more. MUSE TV was also inspired to raise money for The Children’s Charity of Southern California and set up a link on our Facebook page where viewers could donate to the organization.
To donate go to: https://www.varietysocal.org/donation/donation
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ABOUT VARIETY – THE CHILDREN’S CHARITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Long considered “The Heart of Show Business,” Variety found its roots in the entertainment industry when on Christmas Eve in 1928; a baby girl was found abandoned on the seat of a movie theatre in Pittsburgh. The “Variety Club,” a newly formed social organization founded by 11 men affiliated with the entertainment industry, agreed to financially underwrite the child’s support and education. Since that time, Variety has grown to an international charity with 44 chapters in 12 countries, raising more than $2 billion for children in need.
One of the leading chapters around the globe, Variety – The Children’s Charity of Southern California, was founded in 1941 to provide life-saving and life-enriching assistance to children with special needs in Southern California. Focused on education, health care and mobility, Variety SoCal is leading the way to help children with cerebral palsy and other conditions live active and mobile lives, enablingthem to enjoy the freedom and staples of childhood that kids with disabilities desperately want to experience. Variety sends thousands of children with life threatening illnesses to camp, continues to support the Variety Boys & Girls Club in Boyle Heights, and provides scholarships to at-risk teens enabling them to fulfill their dreams of attending college.