Generosity Water’s 2nd Annual Night of Generosity with live music, drinks and fashion
Generosity Water is celebrating the 2nd Annual Night of Generosity at Mondrian LA’s SKYBAR on World Water Day, March 22, 2010. The event, hosted by E! Personality Jason Kennedy, recognizes World Water Day and Generosity Water’s efforts to end the clean water crisis.
Monday, March 22, 2010
Host Jason Kennedy and event chairs Chyler Leigh and Nathan West joined by Adam Gregory, Ben Lyons, Catt Sadler, Chuy Bravo, Danielle Panabaker, Robert Buckley, Sal Masakala, Stephanie Pratt and Zach Abel with music by Quddus and special musical performances by Samantha Mollen and American Idol’s Elliott Yamin
This cannot miss event includes live music, stunning visual art displays from Generosity Water’s work in Africa, and a glamorous fashion show sponsored by the Couture House. Eco-friendly cocktails will be provided courtesy of VeeV. This year, Generosity Water will release “The Generosity Water CD Project,” a new CD featuring Queen Latifah, with all proceeds going towards helping people gain access to clean water in the coming years. Special musical performances by Samantha Mollen and American Idol’s Elliott Yamin will be featured, along with a spectacular runway show presenting fabulous California and international designers including Hollywood Million Denim, NCL Couture and others. Hair and makeup provided by Studio DNA Salon and Polaris Cosmetics. International magazine EXOTIC Adventure and Travel is contributing to the event as well, offering sponsorship packages that include advertising space and a generous donation to the charity.
Generosity Water dedicates itself to ending the clean water crisis one community at a time. Through innovative awareness campaigns, strategic implementation and in depth accountability, Generosity Water hopes to inspire people to think globally and live generously. Their mission is to inspire people to use their gifts, talents, and resources to bring clean, safe drinking water to those without access to it. After just two years, the charity has 108 water projects in 16 countries around the world, providing over 43,000 people with access to clean drinking water. However, they are just getting started. Generosity Water’s goal is to build 1,500 wells by 2012.
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