Tiffany Hines to host red carpet event "Starlight Music Jam: A Pre-AMA Live Music Showcase Benefiting Starlight Children's Foundation" for Starlight Children's Foundation at Skinny's Lounge in North Hollywood on November 13th.
November 5, 2012 (Newswire) - Tiffany Hines will join Starlight Children's Foundation at Skinny's Lounge in North Hollywood to host the first "Starlight Music Jam: A Pre-AMA Live Music Showcase Benefitting Starlight Children's Foundation."
All proceeds from ticket sales at the door will go directly to Starlight Children's Foundation. Party goers will be treated to acoustic performances by a variety of artists from Los Angeles and Hollywood during the week of the AMAs. Guests will be met with red carpet service and donations can be made in a multitude of ways inside the venue including credit card and "text to donate".
The current musical lineup includes acoustic sets by British Internet Breakout Laura Evans, Danielle Savre (Heroes, Bring It On:All or Nothing), Marque, Jenna Bryson, "the Voice" contestant Erick Macek, and Tiffany herself with other artists to follow.
"The amount and level of support that Starlight Children Foundation provides for ill children and their families is mind blowing! I can't believe how much they actually do! When I stumbled upon the organization and saw what they were doing, I was so touched and I knew right away that I wanted to get involved." -Tiffany Hines
About Tiffany Hines
Tiffany Hines is best known for her role Michelle Welton, which she has played for the past three years on the FOX hit TV show "Bones." She starred as Jaden in the first season of the highly acclaimed "Nikita" on the CW, and has had pivotal and recurring roles on hit shows such as "90210," "Grey's Anatomy," and "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." She can be next seen opposite Danny Glover, Taylor Handley, and Vinnie Jones in the upcoming "Infected" and starring lead in the new film "Deterrence Theory," Hines seems destined for many more great things. Born in CIncinnati, Ohio the young Hines started out as a dancer and singer and performed regularly throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois before moving to Los Angeles to pursue her TV and film career.
About the Starlight Children's Foundation
For nearly 30 years, Starlight Children's Foundation has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for children around the globe with chronic and life-threatening illnesses and life-altering injuries by providing entertainment, education and family activities that help them cope with the pain, fear and isolation of prolonged illness.
Unlike any other charity, Starlight offers a comprehensive menu of outpatient, hospital-based and Web offerings that enable them to provide ongoing support for children and families - from diagnosis through the entire course of medical treatment. In the community, Starlight hosts family activities and outings that give families a chance to have fun together away from the hospital so they can return home with a renewed sense of strength and hope.
In hospitals themselves, Starlight partners to bring entertainment technology that helps kids fill hours in hospitals or treatment centers with therapeutic fun; find distraction during long or painful medical procedures; access Starlight's online educational programs; stay connected with the outside world and keep up with school work. They also partner to build custom-
branded playrooms, kid-friendly treatment rooms and special events that help ease the hospital stays.
As an online presence, Starlight delivers educational programming via online interactive games, ezines, webisodes, a comic book and websites to help sick children understand common hospital procedures and manage illnesses and injuries such as cancer, sickle cell, cystic fibrosis, asthma, Crohn's and colitis, severe burns and kidney disease.
Research studies have found that Starlight's programs help reduce children's pain while helping them to better deal with, understand and manage their illnesses. In addition, Starlight programs help the child, parents and siblings bond as a family.
While researchers look for cures and doctors work to restore a child's health, Starlight works to restore the entire family's spirits.