Planet Hope – the charity founded by Sharon Stone and her sister, Kelly Stone-Singer – will hold a special fundraising “Casino Night in Old Hollywood” event on April 9 as part of the Downtown Boca Film Festival.

Hosted by Kelly and Michael Stone, the evening will include:

  • Silent & Live Auction in conjunction with Hamilton Art & Auction and Celebrity Auctioneer, Janice Hamilton
  • Food provided by South Florida’s Best Restaurants
  • Complimentary Cocktail Hour
  • Casino Night Provided by “A Hot Party”
  • Entertainment Provided by “44th Street”

“This evening will make an important contribution to the Palm Beach County community through Planet Hope’s programs,” said Kelly Stone-Singer. “Planet Hope has chosen to contribute a percentage of the money raised locally to provide prom dresses and sneakers to local children in need. Planet Hope was founded in 1993 by my sister Sharon Stone and I. Our programs have helped change the lives of thousands of homeless, abused and at risk children worldwide. I hope that you will honor our family, Planet Hope and the many deserving children in need within the Palm Beach County community by participating with the upcoming Downtown Boca Film Festival by attending or providing a donation that can be utilized for the silent auction or raffle prize giveaways.”

Planet Hope programs offer gratis medical and dental care, new clothes for kids, counseling and image make overs for homeless women and women that have been victims of domestic violence.

The event takes place at the Mizner Park Cultural Arts Centre, 201 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL. Tickets are $50 in advance, $65 after April 4.

More information can be found here.

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