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Samsung’s annual Hope for Children Gala is set for June, 4, 2012, in New York City, and boasts a guest list including Jennifer Hudson, First Lady Laura Bush, John Legend and many more.

The annual philanthropic fundraiser raises funds for several high profile charitable organizations, including the Boomer Esiason Foundation and foundations headed by Arnold Palmer, Dan Marino, Jimmie Johnson and Jennifer Lopez.

Earlier this month, ’What’s Trending’ announced a unique partnership with the Samsung Hope for Children Gala to support and host the official live streamed Red Carpet show on June 4 from the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Through Hope for Children, Samsung works with its partners and charitable organizations headed or chosen by well-known public figures to promote their respective organizations’ objectives in the areas of children’s health, education and sustainability.

This year’s guest list also includes Boomer Esiason, Eli Manning, Drew Brees, Joe Torre, Jason Taylor, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Kevin & Danielle Jonas. Past celebrity attendance has included Demi Moore, Jason Mraz and more.

For more information visit www.fourseasonsofhope.com.

Samsung Hope for Children was developed with a strategic focus on programs dedicated to helping children share the wonder of life, learning and our planet. This effort was designed to emphasize Samsung’s long-standing commitment of raising national awareness and funds for deserving foundations, hospitals and schools that make a noticeable difference in communities.

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