Happy Trails for Kids, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that provides children in foster care with enriching outdoor adventures, mentorships, and year-round support, will participate in the 2018 Cantor Fitzgerald Charity Day.

Renown actress and star of the movie, “Instant Family,” Rose Byrne, will serve as the Happy Trails for Kids celebrity ambassador.

Charity Days was founded to honor the 658 Cantor Fitzgerald friends and colleagues and 61 Eurobroker employees who lost their lives on September 11, 2011. Cantor Fitzgerald and BGC Partners in conjunction with the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund donates 100% of their global revenues during Charity Day to participating charities.

“We are honored to be selected to participate in this year’s Charity Day. It is a deeply moving tribute to the victims of 9/11, and we are proud to be recognized for the work Happy Trails does to support one of the most vulnerable populations, foster youth,” said Lindsay Elliott, executive director of Happy Trails for Kids.

On this annual day, The Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund invites celebrity guests from the entertainment and sports industries to work with licensed brokers and their clients to raise money and awareness for a variety of causes.

“Happy Trails is doing meaningful and inspiring work to help kids in foster care,” said “Instant Family” star and actress Rose Byrne. “I am thrilled to represent Happy Trails for Kids at this year’s Charity Day.”

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