2017 Casino Night

May 06th 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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It's our annual Casino Night Gala Fundraiser,

where we raise funds for our grant program to help families of children with disabilities. If a child needs a special wheelchair, or a communication device, or wants to go to camp, we will try to help fund it with our grant program. We've helped over 100 local families and we'd like to help more. If you can't make it to our gala, please consider a donation, or sponsor a seat for a grantee recipient family.

Many families of children with disabilities don't have a chance to get out for a nice evening, by sponsoring a child and his parents, you can help them have a rare, nice night out. Our gala fundraiser is not only fun and entertaining but also heart-warming and rewarding. Please join us!!

 

Thanks to our sponsors and supporters for a successful Casino Night 2017


 

To submit a donation by check, Click here and please mail to:

Aidan's Red Envelope Foundation
c/o LKPGL
1901 Avenue of the Stars, Suite #480
Los Angeles, CA 90067

2017 Casino Night

Experience Vegas style casino play, live auction with full hosted bar and dinner.

Saturday May 6th, 2017 - from 6pm - 10pm.

Hudson Loft

1200 S. Hope Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015

http://www.hudsonloft.com/


 

Sponsors

Forbes Media
quinnemanuel
LKP
Liquid Ventures
PMC
frazerllp
Kkobre Kim
DSG
MDB
The J.R. Watkins Co.

Hosted by actor/comedian

Danny Woodburn

Danny Woodburn is a veteran of over two dozen films (Mirror Mirror, Watchmen, Death to Smoochy, Employee of the Month) and more than 130 television appearances, with regular and recurring roles on BonesTracy Takes On… Murder She Wrote, Becker, Charmed, Baywatch, and Passions.  Danny is perhaps best known for Mickey Abbott, Kramer’s volatile friend on NBC’s Emmy-winning, history-making show, Seinfeld
 

Recognizability has afforded Danny the opportunity to speak on disability issues and raise awareness about disability as  part of diversity inclusion in society and the media, as a comedian in the club circuit, an interviewee in Radio, TV, Film, print media, (Huffington Post, CNN-HL News, CBC, KPCC, TCM Projected Image, CBS Sunday Morning, Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, CinemAbility—2013 documentary), as author of Op-Eds and articles and co-author of the The Ruderman White Paper: Employment of Actors with Disabilities in Television.