Sean "Diddy" Combs is hosting the ‘one’ charity party that everyone will be vying to attend right after the Grammys, Sunday February 12.

This event serves as a charity fundraiser for and will be held on the grounds of the prestigious Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles starting at 8:00PM.

The first ever “Fame at the Mansion” event will be a delightful party, catering to a guest’s every need. Hailed by some as “The World’s most sought after venue and party destination,” the exclusivity and charitable theme of this event make it appealing to guests on several different levels of interest.

Guests will be welcomed with a cocktail reception when they arrive onto the grounds of the Mansion. Attendees will be treated to an open bar and dinner all night long. Entertainment will include a live performance by a Grammy nominated artist (tba), DJ Award, fashion show, and many surprise guest celebrity appearances. Several Playmates will be on hand to hostess the event and give tours of the grounds of the Playboy Mansion including the Grotto, Game Room, Tennis Courts, Zoo, & Aviary to those special guests that have contributed VIP admission. On music’s biggest night, the biggest stars will be out in force, and a great number of celebrities will join the guest list at Hollywood’s most lavish party!

Angelwish, the beneficiary of the event, is most pleased to be included in the largest event ever offered to help raise funds for their cause. Created in 1999, the organization is dedicated to providing the public with an easy way to grant wishes to millions of children living with chronic illnesses such as Asthma, Diabetes, and HIV/AIDS around the world. The charity works on 6 continents with over 110 Hospitals and Care Centers in the United States and an additional 15 Care Centers in 9 other countries.

In appreciation of his exemplary support to Angelwish and many other charitable organizations in his lifetime, Angelwish will be presenting Hugh Hefner with their “Humanitarian of the Year” award at the event.

The event is produced by iDonate Charity, a Los Angeles based company that coordinates events for charities.

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