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Kids Helping Kids: Celebration of Hope at Agoura High School March 21st

Eddie Money, Dez Money and The Faze, Demetri Martin, and Moshe Kasher Team Up For Kids Helping Kids: Celebration of Hope at Agoura PAC on March 21

 

Hosted by Rainn Wilson, The Evening Celebrates High School Students Raising Money For Kids in Need

  Rock ‘n roll icon Eddie Money will perform at the charity event “Kids Helping Kids: Celebration of Hope” on March 21, 2015 at the Agoura Performing Arts Center (28545 W Driver Ave, Agoura Hills, CA 91301). Performing alongside Money are 

infoPosthis sons Dez and Julian Money of Dez Money and The Faze (Julian is also an Agoura High student), and his daughter and special guest Jesse Money. Also performing are comedians Demetri Martin and Moshe Kasher. Actor Rainn Wilson will emcee the evening which will feature very special guests coming together to celebrate and raise money for Kids Helping Kids, an organization that brings students together to help kids in need. The event begins at 7pm. Tickets are $20, $30 or $40 and can be purchased here: http://bit.ly/celebrationofhope

 

Patrons can arrive early to explore the sights, sounds, and tastes of the Munch Madness International Street Fair (4pm-9pm), the ultimate mobile gourmet experience featuring more than a dozen of LA’s top food trucks. Other activities will include concert performances from two of this season’s American Idol contestants, Hunter Larsen & Jaq Mackenzie, The Sposato Brothers, Tujunga Social Club street performers, prizes, fireworks, and more. Admission to the street fair is included with your concert ticket. Food truck tastes are sold separately with the proceeds benefiting the Agoura High’s International Baccalaureate Program. Tickets to Munch Madness can be purchased here: www.agouramunchmadness.com

 

The evening celebration caps off a full day of fundraising during the “Marathon of Hope” which will see students each raising $100 and completing various projects throughout the day (each hour of Saturday’s marathon will involve a different activity) including writing letters to soldiers, creating care packages, organizing clothing donations, and more.

 

About Kids Helping Kids:

Kids Helping Kids is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization run entirely by high school students. Being kids, we are a unique organization. We have no salaries or overhead.  All funds gathered are funneled directly to kids in need. The focus is on making a direct and real difference in the lives of individuals that we see in our classes every day as well as around the nation and the world. We get to see how our actions have an immediate and positive effect on others and the world.

www.kidshelpingkidsagoura.org

 

Donations to both events are tax deductible.

 

 

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