An awards show that aims to be the Golden Globes of non-profits will hit Los Angeles in October.
The Noble Awards will honor the work of 10 philanthropic organizations – such as Keep A Child Alive, The Salvation Army, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, the Epilepsy Foundation, Children's Hospital Los Angeles, DoSomething.org and The Art of Elysium – and allow each to award the NOBLE (designed by Antonio Banderas) to a celebrity supporter who has used their evevated platform to bring awareness to the cause.
This unprecedented event will be a star-studded evening stimulating greater charity involvement around the world. The celebrities to be involved will be announced later, but Look To The Stars can confirm the involvement of Alicia Keys and Heroes’ Greg Grunberg.
The show is being organized by the Celebrity Charity Awards Corporation, a non-profit entity whose aim is to unify the efforts of charities with celebrities, media and everyday citizens to create an effective forum for change and service.
The event will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on October 18. For more information, check out the official Noble Awards website and check back to Look To The Stars for further updates.