10×10 is a movement that is empowering giving around the globe, starting in Australia and launching in UK, Hong Kong, Canada, United States and soon in New Zealand. Please join for our next US event in support of three exceptional charities.
Find out more about 10×10 at www.10x10philanthropy.com
Our Mission Is To Empower The Next Generation of Giving.
On the evening of the event, the three selected charities will pitch to the audience and the Shark, who will question the charities about their cause, organization, business model, impact, etc.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
- 10 volunteer committee members organize a charity event (1 x venue, 3 x charities, 3 x Sharks, food & drink).
- Each committee member invites at least 10 of his or her friends to make a $100 pledge (or more) to attend the event (10×10… get it?) creating a pool of at least $10K.
- Upon arrival, each attendee is given ‘Charity Dollars’ equal to the value of their “Pledge.”
- On the evening of the event, the three selected charities will pitch to the audience and Shark who will question the charities about their cause, organization, business model and impact, etc.
- Each attendee then decides directly who they want to give their ‘Charity Dollars’ to.
POPS the Club transforms shame and stigma into hope and healing for teens who are struggling with the Pain of the Prison System. In weekly club meetings, young people with loved ones in prison, jail and detention discover they are not alone. In this safe space, they create community, share their stories, and to listen others'. They make art, write, engage in mindfulness exercises, invite guest speakers and publish and perform our stories and poems. Most students who attend POPS the Club meetings have dealt, or are dealing with, the incarceration of a parent, sibling, other family member, or a friend. Some have themselves experienced incarceration.
California Greenworks strives to improve the quality of life in the urban communities across South Los Angeles. Each donation provides funding to help them continue vital community programs such as; environmental education programs for grade school children, community beautification, and neighborhood revitalization projects.
The Skid Row Carnival of Love is Los Angeles’ fastest growing community event, provides connection, services, and resources to people who are experiencing homelessness in LA’s Skid Row community. They create a day to celebrate the unhoused community, filled with resources, where every guest is paired with a volunteer to guide them through the event, encouraging one-on-one connections. Healthcare, career opportunities, education, legal and housing services, as well as haircuts, foot washing, fun and games, donations, food, and great friends help us transform Skid Row into a world of sincere connection, love, and hope.
Plus Ultra is an eco conscious consumer brand who's debut product, a biodegradable, dentist-approved bamboo toothbrush, was created in response to the global plastic pollution crisis and with a mission to eradicate the billions of plastic toothbrushes that are thrown away each year. Her brushes are sold in over 320 retail locations across the US.
Julie Pilat is a Music & Tech Executive, host of The Idea Fountain Podcast, and community organizer. She is best known for her encyclopedic knowledge of all types of music and passion for breaking new artists. She is a Lifetime Director at A Place Called Home in South Central and a Governor for The Los Angeles Chapter of The Grammy Board. In 2018 she was named on BBC’s PowerList: 40 Women in Music and also appeared on Variety’s Most Powerful Women in Music issue. Ms. Pilat is a dedicated community leader, In honor of Women’s History Month this March, she was recognized by the Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce, along with Marianne Williamson, as a champion of peace and non-violence. You can hear more about Julie’s work in music, creativity, and community on her podcast, The Idea Fountain: Life Changing Conversations.
THE UNLIKELY FLORIST and Untho, his 1980 VW van overflowing with flowers, as a stage, brings flowers to the people. Using reclaimed wood as a tool he consistently looks for new ways to present florals and with every day that he steps into his studio he works to question conformity, inspire consciousness all by using the overwhelming positivity of flowers. His Motto - " Simplicity is the law of nature for man, as well as flowers."
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