Stars came out for City Year Los Angeles’ 9th annual Spring Break: Destination Education.

Simon Cowell, Terry Crews, and Rebecca King-Crews
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Spring Break: Destination Education is the organization’s largest fundraising event and celebration where A-list celebrities and industry insiders, along with their teens and tweens, came out in support of education in Los Angeles. The event featured a special performance by Brynn Cartelli, as well as food, games and interactive booths sponsored by top brands including Amazon, Aramark, Comcast NBCUniversal, E!, JP Morgan Chase/Atom Tickets, Karma Tequila, Netflix, PEOPLE, RealD, Sony, Spotify, Walmart, and Westfield.

The event was attended by 1,400 guests and raised $2.2 million.

City Year AmeriCorps members and supporters including Jonathan Adams, Sheldon Bailey, Jaylen Barron, Parker Bates, Garcelle Beauvais, Paxton Booth, Bre-Z, Yvette Nicole Brown, Logan Browning, Janie Bryant, Dan Bucatinsky, Sierra Capri, Tia Carrere, Vinny Chhibber, Roman Christou, Simon Cowell, Terry Crews, Darren Criss, Ester Dean, Zoey Deutch, Jay Ellis, Beanie Feldstein, Brandon Flynn, Julianna Gamiz, Jessica Marie Garcia, McKenna Grace, Ariana Greenblatt, William Jackson Harper, Victoria Justice, Chris Klein, Boris Kodjoe & Nicole Ari Parker, Matt Lauria, Bethany Joy Lenz, Jeremy Maguire, Jennifer Morrison, Glen Powell, Sophie Reynolds, Jason Ritter, Britt Robertson, Halston Sage, Dakota Shapiro, Sunny Suljic, Tamara Taylor, Twitch, RJ Walker, Karimah, Westbrook, Mykelti Williamson, Deborah Ann Woll, Hudson Yang, Weird Al Yankovic, and special performer Brynn Cartelli.

City Year is a national education-based nonprofit organization fueled by AmeriCorps that helps high-need schools keep students in school and on track to graduate high school, college and career ready. Proceeds enable City Year to work with thousands of students every year who are at risk of dropping out and provide them with extra care and support they need to reach their full potential.

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