L.A. COMMUNITY PHILANTHROPISTS COME TOGETHER FOR
6th ANNUAL NIGHT OF DREAMS GALA ON OCT. 9
HOSTED BY THE DREAM CENTER, EVENT RAISES FUNDS TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITY & HONOR THOSE MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Honorary Committee Includes Armie Hammer, Gabby Douglas, Tyler Williams, Viktor Hammer, Kelly Katz, Kevin Malone, Phil Liberatore and Ted DiBiase Jr.
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Los Angeles, Calif. (October 2, 2013) –The Dream Center will be holding its annual evening of hope and inspiration at the 2013 Night of Dreams Gala on Wednesday, October 9, 2013. In its 6th consecutive year, the event will attract a number of Hollywood Philanthropists and feature an honorary committee that includes Armie Hammer, Gabby Douglas, Tyler Williams, Viktor Hammer, Kelly Katz, Kevin Malone, Phil Liberatore and Ted DiBiase Jr.
“The Night of Dreams is our biggest event of the year,” says Pastor Matthew Barnett, co-founder of the Los Angeles Dream Center. “It’s truly an inspiration to see so many people come together each year, who are dedicated to giving back to our community and making a difference in so many lives.”
The 2013 Night of Dreams Gala will take place at The Dream Center in Los Angeles beginning at 6 p.m. with a reception hour and red carpet, during which tours of the new area will be offered. The main event kicks off at 7 p.m. where honorees include Dru Hammer and Shelly Huey who have dedicated their time in serving those in need.
The annual gala plays an important role in the financial support of the impactful programs and services provided by The Dream Center. This night will bring awareness and raise funds to help meet the increased needs of underprivileged individuals in Los Angeles. Additionally, The Dream Center will celebrate lives that have been restored and cast vision for plans to help even more people in the near future over a formal dinner and live auction.
For 19 years, The Dream Center has been transforming the lives of men, women and children that the world has given up on. The Dream Center’s mission is to reconnect isolated people to God and provide a community of support through free human services that address immediate and long term needs.
About The Dream Center
Founded by Tommy and Matthew Barnett in 1994, The Dream Center currently serves over 50,000 people each month through various outreach programs. Services offered include residential rehabilitation programs for adults, a shelter for victims of human trafficking, mobile hunger relief and medical programs, and a foster care intervention outreach that works closely with Los Angeles County’s Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS). Programs such as adult basic education, job skills training, and life skills counseling are also offered to homeless families and individuals, which continues to establish The Dream Center as a vital community development resource.