The Unstoppable Foundation announced today that it will host its annual Unstoppable Gala, March 24, 2018 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

The Gala will be a celebration of the non-profit’s 10th anniversary – highlighting a decade of dreams fulfilled through the Foundation’s humanitarian work in developing countries.

“We are thrilled to be hosting what will be our biggest Gala yet,” said Cynthia Kersey, Unstoppable Foundation Founder and CEO. “It is a truly special evening where, along with our generous donors, will celebrate our collective impact of bringing education and access to life-saving services to more than 75,000 men, women and children in the sub-Saharan African region. In addition, we’ll raise funds that are vital to continuing our work to empower lives through education.”

The annual Unstoppable Gala brings together more than 700 mega-influencers including global thought-leaders, best-selling authors, renowned speakers, all-star athletes, award-winning celebrities and some of the best minds in business. Previous guests and presenters include Paula Abdul, Maggie Q, Dylan McDermott, Malcolm Jamal-Warner, Brandy, Dyan Cannon, Tony Gonzalez, Ann Archer, Henry Winkler, The Tenors and Holly Robinson-Peete to name just a few.

The Gala has previously honored Nelly Furtado, Malala Yousafzai and Bob Proctor for their outstanding humanitarian work. The 2018 Unstoppable award nominees will be announced in the coming months.

The Gala will also include a live auction. Previous once-in-a-lifetime auction experiences have included private dinners with Deepak Chopra, X-Prize Founder and CEO, Peter Diamandis and Centerpointe Research Founder and CEO, Bill Harris; an exotic getaway to Paul Mitchell’s luxurious beach estate; and tickets to the award-winning, sold-out Broadway performance of Hamilton.

Annual Unstoppable Galas have raised millions in support of the organization’s international education and community development programs, with the 2017 gala raising more than $1.3MM.

Since 2008, the Unstoppable Foundation has educated more than 31,500 students, built 119 primary schools and two high schools and has provided life-saving services to more than 75,500 community members through their Sponsor A Village model of sustainability.
Tickets to attend the 10th Anniversary Unstoppable Gala are available at All proceeds from ticket sales will go toward the Unstoppable Foundation’s international education programs.

The Unstoppable Foundation is a nonprofit humanitarian organization that empowers lives through education and moves communities in developing countries from surviving to thriving so that every person can realize their full potential. The Foundation’s approach to creating sustainable education is a proven, holistic 5-Pillar development model called Sponsor A Village (SAV). SAV incorporates everything crucial to lifting communities out of poverty and removing obstacles to educating children by providing access to primary education, clean water and sanitation, healthcare, food and nutrition, and income training for parents. To ensure students are able to gain employment in their community and increase the standard of living for themselves and their families, the Unstoppable Foundation awards full scholarships to qualifying high school graduates in the Maasai Mara region of Kenya through their Unstoppable Scholars program. Unstoppable Scholars receive a state-of- the-art education that combines theoretical studies with technical training, placements and internships. Students also receive leadership and empowerment training – enabling them to achieve their full potential as leaders in their families, communities and the world at large. One hundred percent of donations to the Unstoppable Foundation fund their international programs. To learn more about the Unstoppable Foundation, visit

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