The stars will align on the night of the Academy Awards to celebrate the magic of movies, but one of this Sunday’s events will spotlight neither last year’s achievements in film nor this year’s most fabulous fashions. Instead, the Fame and Philanthropy event is using the glamorous appeal of the Oscars to bring attention to worthy causes, and No Such Agency is supporting the effort.
NSA invites its friends to attend Fame and Philanthropy, a dinner and Oscars viewing party with a purpose as golden as Oscar himself. The event’s Beverly Hills venue will host as many as 500 formally-dressed attendees, plus director James Cameron, who will speak after the broadcast on his philosophy of activism for worthy causes. Following Cameron’s address, another 1,000 attendees– including celebrities such as Charlize Theron– will get the A-list treatment at an after party that will feature a performance by Ne-Yo, a DJ set by Australian duo the Stafford Brothers, and a live auction.
The fashionably philanthropic event is expected to raise more than $1 million for various causes. Ticket prices start at $1,750 for an after party pass.
Among the recipients of the night’s earnings are L.A.-based CITY (Community Inspiring Today’s Youth), which helps talented children transform into budding entrepreneurs, and Charlize Theron’s Africa Outreach Project.
Information on this party with a purpose is available by calling 855-800-2442 or by visiting FameAndPhilanthrophy.com.