Kids Help Children, the fun-filled fair, rockin’ concert, and empowering fundraising event, returns to the Hilton Anaheim on Sunday, August 19, 2012 to benefit PACER National Bullying Prevention Center and Champions Against Bullying.
Kids Help Children promises a full afternoon of wholesome family entertainment with live music, kid-friendly refreshments, and lots of celebrity surprises! Young stars already confirmed to appear include: Kenton Duty (Shake It Up!, Lost), Sammi Hanratty (Suite Life), Dakota Hood (Hunger Games), Ashlee Keating (Musician), Dillon Lane (Bucket & Skinner’s Epic Adventures), Ryan Ochoa (Pair of Kings, iCarly), and Stefanie Scott (A.N.T. Farm). The casts of Shake It Up, Sofia the First, and Baby Daddy, including Ashley Argota, Avan Jorgia, and Sterling Knight are also invited. And after the red carpet arrival, attendees will have a chance to meet, get autographs from, and take pictures with their favorite celebrities.
How: $27/Adults, $20/Kids Under 16
Where: Hilton Anaheim (777 Convention Way, Anaheim, CA 92802)
When: 2-5pm on August 19, 2012
Throughout the afternoon, guests can enjoy balloon artists, bounce houses, face painting, visiting SeaWorld animals followed by an amazing concert featuring Savvy & Mandy (Radio Disney), Austin Anderson (Victorious), Temara Melek, and other surprise performers – all while making a difference in the fight against bullying. There will also be a raffles, auctions and cool prize giveaways.
“We are thrilled to be part of this spectacular fundraiser,” said Champions Against Bullying founder Alexandra Penn and Director of Operations Leigh Rachel Faith. “Together, we have an opportunity to put the brakes on Bullying. Kids need our help.”
Celebrity guests will be recording anti-bullying PSAs for PACER, Champions, and for use in a pilot program airing via DirecTV in 135 southern California Papa John’s locations as part of their commitment to giving back to communities they serve.
For more information visit www.KidsHelpChildren.com.
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