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Most of Hollywood’s celebrities are gearing up for this years Academy Awards, with many of them attending pre-parties in support of their favorite charitable organizations.

One such organization, Believe in Dreams, is throwing a private cocktail party, hosted by Ernest Borgnine and 
Chandler Lutz, to raise awareness for their organization, whose goal is to improve the quality of life in seriously ill people.

The bash will welcome stars like Sean Penn, Amanda Seyfried, Henry Winkler, Donny 
Osmond, Susan Lucci, Nia Vardalos, and takes place in a large soundstage on the famous Universal Studios backlot in Universal City, CA on March 5, 2010.

Other celebrities expected include Common, Gedeon Burkhand, Rob Lowe, Scott Baio, John Stamos, Joe Mantegna, Brad Garrett, 
Michael Clark Duncan, Anson Williams, Ally McGraw, Randy Jackson, Christopher Rich, Chloris Leachman, Ernie Hudson, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Don Johnson, James Darrin, Barry Williams, Cybill Shepherd, David Duchovny, Dick Clark, Roger Mosely, Alyssa Milano, Sean Young, Jennifer Carpenter and many others.

Believe in Dreams is a nonprofit organization devoted to improving the quality of life of chronically and seriously ill people and their families. They strive to bring light to patients and families of all ages and from all walks of life, anywhere in the U.S. Some of their dream recipients are struggling to cope with recent diagnoses, or are trying to make the most of the health that they have; others have already been emotionally, physically, and financially drained by illness, and turn to Believe in Dreams for help with the small things that can make life easier for them and their families.

Source: Believe In Dreams

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