The stars were out in Culver City for Education on Saturday night.
The 5th annual Spring Break-Destination: Education was City Year's largest fundraiser to date, raising $1.5 million to support City Year’s work with students at risk of dropping out.
The carnival-style party open to teens, tweens and adults, attracted a star-studded crowd with more than 1,400 attendees all together. The night also included a special performance by Carly Rae Jepsen and Jasmine V, as well as food, games and interactive booths sponsored by brands like ArcLight Cinemas, Bain Capital, Disney/ABC Television Group, DreamWorks Animation, the Entertainment Industry Foundation, JCPenney, NBC, People, RealD, and Twentieth Century Fox, among many others.
Among the many guests were Octavia Spencer, Gethin Anthony, Justin Baldoni, Nick Ballard, Ciara Bravo, Mechad Brooks, Kaylee Bryant, Francesca Capiadi, Chase Crawford, Colin Egglesfield, Nolan Funk, Aimee Garcia, Meagan Good, Kat Graham, Spencer Grammer, Beth Grant, Bob Greenblatt, Armie Hammer, Andrew Hauptman, Sean Hayes, Liam Hemsworth, Claire Holt, Nick Jonas, Amy Landecker, Matt Lauria, Michael V. Lewis, Laura Marano, Vanessa Marano, AJ Michalka, Aly Michalka, Hannah Minghella, Eloise Mumford, Ahna O’Reilly, Aaron and Lauren Paul, Ethan Peck, Nicola Peltz, Will Peltz, Jaime Pressly, Amanda Righetti, Xosha Roquemore, Halston Sage, Ben Sherwood, Keirnan Shipka, Russell Simmons, Stacey Snider, Kevin Tsujihara, Ed Westwick, Kevin Zegers and more
City Year is a national education-based nonprofit organization that helps high-need urban schools keep students in school and on track to graduate. Currently 288 City Year AmeriCorps members serve in 25 high-need schools in Los Angeles.