The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) will hold its 25th annual A Time for Heroes family festival in Los Angeles on Sunday, October 19, 2014, at The BookBindery in Culver City.

EGPAF welcomes a tremendous group of Celebrity Heroes to A Time for Heroes who are committed to a world where no child has AIDS. They include Billy Crystal, Rita Wilson, Henry Winkler, Julie Bowen, Donald Faison, Judy Greer, Seth Green, Seth Green, Constance Zimmer, Brooke Burke-Charvet, Bella Thorne, and EGPAF board member Nigel Barker.

Other celebrities in attendance include Dot Marie Jones from Fox’s “Glee,” Nolan Gould from ABC’s “Modern Family,” star of NBC’s “About a Boy” Benjamin Stockham, Fall Out Boy musician Pete Wentz, actor and comedian Hal Sparks, entertainer Kyle Massey, MTV’s “Awkward” cast members Beau Mirchoff and Greer Grammer, and actresses Aimee Carrero and Kate Linder.

EGPAF first celebrated A Time for Heroes in 1989 and since then the event has raised nearly $35 million to support its work to end AIDS in children worldwide. EGPAF is thrilled to celebrate the storied event’s 25th year in a new venue with fun activities for kids of all ages, delicious food from top LA eateries, and high-energy musical entertainment.

A Time for Heroes is the perfect opportunity for parents and kids to enjoy a great family-friendly festival, alongside advocates, celebrities, and athletes working to create an AIDS-free future.

For more information, visit pedaids.org/ATFH25.

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