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On Saturday, February 21st, Tag the World Charities partnered with the American Humane Film & Televisions Unit to host a star-studded party at Hollywood hotspot MyHouse.

Hosted by Amber Valletta and Robert Parks-Valletta, owners of Tag the World, stars came out in throngs to support the American Humane Film & Television Unit, best known for its’ famous movie end-credit, “No Animals Were Harmed”.

Celebrities who hit the red carpet for a good cause included: Madeline Zima (Californication), Tila Tequila, Bai Ling (Lost, Crank 2), Karina Smirnoff (Dancing With The Stars), Jamie Kennedy (Kickin It Old School), Joey Fatone, Stephanie Pratt (The Hills), Heidi Montag and recording artist Samantha Mollen.

The evening was to raise money for Tag the World, a new kind of charity that uses fashion to raise funds. Here’s how it works: Tag the World is helping five causes Children, Cancer, Africa, Global Green and Animals. Visit the website to purchase one of their unique ‘Tag’ necklaces. Each Tag necklace represents one of their fives causes – and when you make your purchase – you get to choose the charity you’d like the proceeds to benefit. It’s an amazing and fashionable way to help save the world.

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