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The Kaleidoscope Ball – Designing The Future Was A Major Success

Sat, April 20, 2013 10:00pm EDT by Russ Weakland Add first Comment
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Celebrities gathered at the Beverly Hills Hotel for The Kaleidoscope Ball – Designing The Future. Benefitting the UCLA Children’s Discovery and Innovation Institute at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA, the inaugural event was hosted by Patricia Heaton and featured an exclusive performance by Kenny Loggins, Georgia Middleman and Gary Burr of Blue Sky Riders. It was awesome!

The star-studded event honored LL Cool J with the Kaleidoscope Award, Steven and Heather Mnuchin with the Philanthropic Leadership Award, and Cameron Cohen with the Innovator Award. Find out what else happened during the fun night!

The Kaleidoscope Ball’s Silent Auction!

A silent auction showcased one-of-a-kind designer dollhouses created by 20 of the most prominent award-winning visionaries from the world of design and architecture including Jeffrey Alan Marks, Mary McDonald, Lonni Paul, Estee Stanley, and fashion designer Monique Lhuillier.

The event that was filled with tons of celebs and was for a wonderful cause that you can see more about below!

More on The UCLA Children’s Discovery and Innovation Institute!

The UCLA Children’s Discovery and Innovation Institute at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA promises a better future for all kids through transformative research, innovative delivery of care, and education of the next generation of physician-scientists and researchers. In partnership with committed philanthropists, the Institute is ready to undertake research and care that will change the nature of pediatric medicine, from reducing the number of diseases and the severity of those still in existence to lowering mortality rates. Ranking among the world’s elite, Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art care for children in a compassionate atmosphere, as well as conducting research that improves the understanding and treatment of pediatric diseases and training the next generation of leaders in pediatrics.

So HollywoodLifers, What a great event that so many celebs enjoyed to help out with, now its your turn! Make sure to check out what you can do to help out yourself! Sound off below!

Russ Weakland