Celebrities came out in droves this week to support the 6th Annual Kidstock Music and Arts Festival held at Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. Attendees including Reese Witherspoon, Victoria Beckham, Kylie Jenner, Cody Simpson and Pete Wentz among others enjoyed live music, arts & crafts and games all to benefit the One Voice Scholars Program.

Some of the most popular activities at the event were the homemade soda making station by SodaStream and the bean bag toss at the Baskin Robbins booth where you could win Baskin Robbins Giftcards. Both of which were must-have stops for pregnant Reese! She brought both Ava and Deacon by the SodaStream booth separately to make their own fizzy drinks throughout the day. Her flavor of choice — Cranberry Raspberry! She later treated herself to a scoop of ice cream. She took home information about the SodaStream sodamakers and some Baskin Robbins giftcards, so she’ll be able to recreate her soda/ice cream combination again!

The One Voice Scholars Program mentors and prepares low-income and inner-city Los Angeles high school students for college and places them in top colleges across the United States. 100% of One Voice scholars gain admission to college. Under the guidance of One Voice 95% of their scholars graduate from college vs. the national graduation rate of 43% for low-income first-generation college students. 30% of these Scholars attend graduate school.

Find out more about the One Voice Scholars Program here.

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