iGivefirst has been selected as the fundraising platform by This Time Foundation as well as by the apl.de.ap Foundation International, a non-profit organization started by apl.de.ap, a founding member of the international recording artists and multi Grammy-award winning group, The Black Eyed Peas.

iGivefirst is proud to be supporting the This Time Foundation and the Apl.de.ap Foundation International’s “Time For Hope” fundraiser gala. This prestigious event will have 300+ attendees with the guest list including famous recording artists and actors – Fergie, Lou Diamond Phillips, Tia Carrere, Tamlyn Tomita and Mark Dacascos – with Josh Duhamel serving as Gala Chairperson plus special performances by will.i.am and Jake Shimabukuro. The gala will be held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills on Saturday evening, May 18, 2013.

“When people come together with purpose, they have the power to change the world. To help affect this change our sophisticated, yet easy to use platform makes giving trustworthy and safe,” said CEO and Founder Sharif Youssef.

Check www.thistimefoundation.org for more celebrity appearances and performances.

iGivefirst is a non-profit organization offering an innovative giving platform that enables people to contribute to their non-profits of choice quickly, safely and efficiently on a local, national and worldwide basis. The platform has been designed by a group of technologists that want to give back by creating a way of giving that works efficiently and at scale. iGivefirst has pioneered the idea of branding a ubiquitous “give” button that can easily be placed into digital media and makes giving as easy as “Liking” and “Tweeting.” The iGivefirst platform is hosted on secure cloud infrastructure from Savvis, a CenturyLink company. To learn more, visit www.iGivefirst.com.

Source: PR Newswire

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