UNICEF Next Generation Los Angeles rang in Halloween with the UNICEF Black & White Masquerade Ball celebration held at the historic Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The sold-out event was attended by hundreds of Los Angeles influencers, as well as notable names including Brittany Snow, Cheryl Burke, AnnaLynne McCord, David Walton, and Camilla Luddington.
The UNICEF Black & White Masquerade Ball comes on the heels of the UNICEF Masquerade Ball in Chicago. Together, the two events raised more than $265,000 to support UNICEF’s lifesaving programs that put children first around the globe, including continued efforts to protect children and families affected by the current refugee and migrant crisis. This year’s event saw increased attendance, and spirits were high as guests celebrated and supported UNICEF’s work.
A great event for a great cause!
UNICEF Next Generation brings together a diverse group of globally minded emerging leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators who share a commitment with UNICEF to put children first. To find out more about NextGen activities or to become a member, visit HERE.