By Tim Saunders on
Charity organization Children Uniting Nations will present its 10th annual Oscar Viewing Party and Awards Night this Sunday, February 22.
Children Uniting Nations is a proactive organization created to bring attention to the plight of at-risk and foster youth. The goal is to reach as many children in out-of-home care by offering role-model support, guidance, a sense of community and promote the importance of an education. Inspired by the Day of the Child, CUN wanted mentoring to be more accessible to children living in foster care and therefore created a mentoring program to be administered in every city nationwide.
The Oscar Party is one of the organization’s main fundraising events, and is expected to attract appearances by the Black Eyed Peas, Pierce Brosnan, Esai Morales and many more.
Tickets to the event are $150 – $250 and are available here.
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