Brandon Cohen (BAC Talent) and Raol Peter Mongilardi (Filmmaker & Author) are hosting the 2018 Gifting Your Spectrum fundraiser to benefit Autism Speaks on February 24th in Los Angeles, CA. Lisa Lew and Peter Brennan (P&L Media Emmy Producers) will host the event at their Sunset Plaza Hollywood Hills private estate.
Hollywood is supporting Autism Speaks with attendees enjoying Grammy Award winning group ALL-4-One, Chaz Dean (Celebrity Hairstylist and founder WEN Hair & Body Care) styling the fashion show presented by Maison Privée / BELLO Mag. Among the silent auction items are Christian Louboutin, Tyler Shields, Helen Ficalora, MLB Players Association, LA Lakers, Perry White, John Varvatos, Fossil Watches and more.
It is time to consider what people with Autism can offer versus what they cannot. – Temple Grandin
Autism has no borders. In Gifting Your Spectrum we unite all ethnicities and our brothers and sisters in the Arts, Music, Science, the Military, Education, Medicine, Government and the Autism Speaks global services where everyone is welcome in peace and progress.
Event gift bags are worth three times the ticket price including, Burke-Williams certificates, WEN Hair & Body Care by Chaz Dean, Stare Cosmetics, Laugh Factory tickets, CBT candles and other items. Autism Speaks regional board directors will be present, as well as surprise guests. Sponsored by: Reed Smith Law Firm, Third Wolf, Heavenly Tea, Buff Bake, Maxime Salvador, Kind bar, Bai, Dekke Hud, BodyBuilder, GoGo squeeZ , STRYVE, Zico, Pioneer Professional Audio, Chandon, Emerald Hare, Justin’s, Popsicle LA. The Kitchen, Custom Comfort, GLO, Primal kitchen, Carbonadi Vodka, AirSelfie, Helen Ficalora, SnapDog, GBK, Bluewater Entertainment , Good Greek Grill. EventBrite tickets available at www.giftingyourspectrum.com.
Posted in Good Cause Tagged with: AirSelfie, ALL-4-One, as well as surprise guests. Sponsored by: Reed Smith Law Firm, Autism, Autism Speaks, BAC Talent, Bai, BELLO Mag, Bluewater Entertainment, BodyBuilder, Brandon Cohen, Buff Bake, Burke-Williams certificates, Carbonadi Vodka, CBT candles and other items. Autism Speaks regional board directors will be present, Chandon, charity, Chaz Dean, Christian Louboutin, Custom Comfort, Dekke Hud, Emerald Hare, Fossil Watches, Gala, GBK, Gifting Your Spectrum, Give Back, GLO, GoGo squeeZ, Good Cause, Good Greek Grill, Heavenly Tea, Helen Ficalora, Hollywood, John Varvatos, Justin’s, kids, Kind bar, LA Lakers, Laugh Factory tickets, Lisa Lew, Maison Privée, Maxime Salvador, MLB Players Association, P&L Media Emmy Producers, Perry White, Peter Brennan, Pioneer Professional Audio, Popsicle LA. The Kitchen, Primal kitchen, Raol Peter Mongilardi, SnapDog, Stare Cosmetics, STRYVE, Third Wolf, Tyler Shields, WEN Hair & Body Care by Chaz Dean, Zico
Pancakes, Mimosa and more .. OH MY I’ve never attended the Brunch at the Races but this year the restaurants have me salivating and planning to wear a super cute hat!
L.A. Weekly has added new restaurants to the fall foodie events on October 15th at Santa Anita Park. This year’s Brunch at the Races is having signature brunch bits from over 30 Los Angeles breakfast, brunch and lunch spots! I can’t wait to get my munch on from 11AM – 2PM with tastes from: AR Cucina, Pez Cantina, Fred 62, Myke’s Café, Kobawoo House, Jones Coffee Roasters, Monkey Bar,McConnells, Chez Tex, Poppy + Rose, Red Herring, Cindy’s Eaglerock Restaurant, Pono Burger, Little Dom’s, Sweet & Savory, Mascarpone Cheesecakes, La Huesuda Tacos, Tavern, and even more to come!
Sponsors of this year’s event include: Beam Suntory’s Effen Vodka and Maker’s Mark, The Dude’s Brewing Company, Angel City Brewery, Bai, Cacique, Rita’s Italian Ice, Zico, Hubert’s, Imperfect Produce, with more to come.
The 2nd Annual Brunch at the Races General Admission tickets start at $40 and include: entry into the event, full day admission to Santa Anita Park, unlimited food samples from 30+ restaurants, beer/wine/cocktail samples from our
partners, access to entertainment and a vendor village. A limited number of VIP admission tickets start at $60 (limited availability and WILL sell out). VIP Admission tickets include all general admission perks plus access to an exclusive VIP lounge and VIP gift bag.
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Don’t miss out on our second annual Brunch at the Races!
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