In Touch Weekly and Reality Cares have partnered up to honor the heroic work of Eric Klein, Founder and CEO of Can-Do.org.

Hosted by So You Think You Can Dance’s Mary Murphy and Extra’s Jerry Penacoli, this special benefit will raise funds so that Eric and Can-Do.org can continue their incredible work in Haiti.

The event takes place tonight, February 25, at Capitol City Hollywood.

Since arriving on the ground in Haiti on January 17th, Eric and his team of volunteers have worked tirelessly with the Haitian water companies, trucking companies and community members to set-up an effective and efficient pipeline to get aid directly into the hands of the people.

Taking place at Hollywood’s hottest new venue, Capitol City Hollywood on Thursday, February 25, 2010 from 6 to 9pm, “Heroes of Haiti” is a family-friendly event open to the public.

The event will feature DJ Colin Kim and a live musical performance from BG5 who just this past weekend in NY opened for multi-platinum pop sensation Justin Bieber and were crowned KIIS FM’s Wango Tango Breakout Star.

There will be food & drink specials, amazing raffle prizes and other surprises. There is no cover charge just a suggested door donation of $20. Valet parking is available. For more information about the event, please visit the Reality Cares website at www.RealityCares.org.

Confirmed celebrities include Daryl Hannah, John Legend, Macy Gray, Patti Stanger (Millionaire Matchmaker), Madison Hildebrand (Million Dollar Listing), Joanna Krupa (Dancing with the Stars), Shar Jackson (Celebrity Fit Club), KayCee Stroh (Celebrity Fit Club), Rib Hillis (Extreme Makeover Home Edition), Nia Peeples (Y&R), Loni Love, Kim Coles and Chuy (Chelsea Lately) and many others.

“Heroes of Haiti” is sponsored by Joico, One Natural Experience, Capitol City Hollywood, Crystal Limousines and Scott Appel Public Relations.

See the event’s Facebook page for more info.

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