Beverly Hills: Holiday Party Benefits Children’s Hospital And The Amazing Grace Conservatory

December 27, 2023

Last night, philanthropists gathered for the event hosted by Niecy Nash Betts and Adrienne Maloof to celebrate the holiday season and raise funds for those in need. 

Their philanthropic work raised funds for youth, families, and communities like Harlem and beyond that benefitted the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles and the Amazing Grace Conservatory.

The evening, converged at the residence of Adrienne Maloof for a soirée that seamlessly blended festive cheer with a great cause.

The exclusive gathering played host to a philanthropic extravaganza that unfolded against the backdrop of giving, aimed at alleviating the plight of the most vulnerable.

In the spirit of giving, the guests channeled their star power to channel funds toward the betterment of youth, families, and communities, casting their charitable gaze. Its doesn’t get any better then a focal point of giving back.


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The Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles stands as a beacon of hope, tirelessly crafting healthier futures within the realm of pediatric academic medicine. Their mission encompasses the tender care of children, teens, and young adults, pushing the boundaries of discovery and medical advancement to enrich lives and save souls. With a commitment to training the torchbearers of child health, the hospital also extends its nurturing support to underserved communities, ensuring no one is left behind.

The Amazing Grace Conservatory assumes its role as a haven for nurturing emerging artists and at-risk youth in the realms of performing and digital arts. Their educational program, a cultural odyssey in itself, unfolds within an environment that fosters personal, artistic, and professional growth—a sanctuary for dreams to take flight.

As the night unfolded in a cascade of glamour and goodwill, luminaries such as Stevie Wonder, the effervescent Lala Milan, the radiant Jeannie Mai, the dynamic Kita Williams, the soulful Jessica Betts, the chart-topping MAJOR., the visionary Ava DuVernay, and a constellation of other stars graced the occasion.

“…leaving an indelible mark on the canvas of compassion…”

Together, they wove a tapestry of generosity that transcended the glitz and glam, leaving an indelible mark on the canvas of compassion.

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Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles

We create hope and build healthier futures. As a leader in pediatric academic medicine, we fulfill our mission by Caring for children, teens, young adults, and families, Making discoveries and advances that enhance health and save lives, Training those who will be the future of child health, and Supporting our communities, especially underserved populations. https://www.chla.org/

Amazing Grace Conservatory (AGC)

The mission of Amazing Grace Conservatory is to train and develop emerging artists & at-risk youth in the performing and digital arts by offering a well-rounded and culturally enriching, educational program in an environment that is nurturing for their personal, artistic, and professional growth. https://amazinggraceconservatory.org/

To donate to either organization go to Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles or the Amazing Grace Conservatory.

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