Commerce Casino presents the 2011 “All-In” for Kids Celebrity Poker Tournament this weekend to raise money for The Alliance For Children's Rights.

Celebrities expected to attend the tournament include Hank Azaria, Willie Garson, Kate Linder, Mimi Rogers and many others. Angie Harmon is a co-chair of the event, and the tournament committee also includes Annie Duke.

The “All-in” for Kids Celebrity Poker Tournament presents guests with an opportunity to play poker in the company of some of Los Angeles’ most influential entertainment and legal community members, poker players and celebrities.

More importantly, the funds raised will help to support The Alliance for Children’s Rights which has provided legal services to nearly 100,000 impoverished, abused and neglected children in Los Angeles since 1992.

Each entrant receives an acknowledgement letter for the charitable contribution portion. The Commerce Casino furnishes necessary IRS W-9 forms for all winners.

Last year’s tournament raised over $68,000 for The Alliance. The Alliance For Children’s Rights protects the rights and futures of abused and impoverished children throughout Los Angeles County, in hopes of creating a world in which all children are able to have a safe and permanent family, access to quality health care, a quality education, and all of the support and services they so rightfully deserve.

The event takes place at Commerce Casino, 6131 Telegraph Road, Commerce, CA 90040 on Sunday, October 23. More information can be found here.

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