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December 21, 2009

DEC 21: Anthony Kiedis To Host Dual-Cause Holiday Fundraiser at Shop For A Cause Pop-Up Boutique

Anthony Kiedis, Sherri Rogers and Niki Shadrow 
Host a Dual-Powered Charity Event for
Cambodian Children’s Fund & Children of the Night
WHAT:  Holiday Party hosted by Red Hot Chili Peppers front man Anthony Kiedis, the fabulous Niki Shadrow and Sherri Rogers. Come enjoy an evening of appetizers, desserts, & cocktails. Musical stylings by DJ Kid Japer and fabulous shopping for a great cause.

Guests attending the event can drop off product/presents for Children of the Night Charity Shelter at the party. A Wish List from Children of the Night can be found HTTP://www.childrenofthenight.org/wishlist.html.  All donations from the event will benefit Children of the Night.


The party will take place at the Shop For A Cause Pop-Up boutique, a high-end luxury shopping experience.  Your favorite men’s, women’s and children’s designer cloth­ing will be presented at up to 90% off retail!  All proceeds from the sale will help benefit the lives of chil­dren who are suffering from malnutrition and unsafe living conditions in Cambodia. The retail atmosphere embodies a luxurious lounge appeal with some of LA’s hottest DJ’s spinning tunes.  The space includes a wine bar by ONEHOPE, and is hosted by Blue Angel Vodka, Mellow, Jana Water, Hint Water, Izze and Diana Phillips Artisan Chocolatier.  This shopping soiree is the perfect place to buy chic holiday gifts at an amazing discount, all while supporting two worthwhile causes!


WHO: Celebrities expected: Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Lindsay Lohan, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Asher Book, Samantha Droke, and many more.


Celebrities who have already attended: Garcelle Beauvais, ,Kyle Massey (“That’s So Raven”), Brandi Cyrus (Frank and Derol – Miley’s older sister), Renee and Scott Baio, Marissa Jaret Winokur (“Hairspray,” “Dancing with the Star,” “Dance Your Ass Off”), Barrett Foa (“NCIS”), Samantha Droke (“Eastwick,” “Princess Protection Program”), Zoe Myers (recording artist), Shane Sparks, Asher Book (“FAME”), Allen Evangelista (“Secret Life of American Teenager”).

Designers:  Superdry, William Rast, Ella Moss, Junk Food, Gordon Rush, Jeffrey Fitzhugh, Frankie B., Dittos, See Thru Soul, Kut From the Kloth, Spiewak, Ever, Rich and Infamous, Primp, OHA Skin, T3, PONY, Love Crush, Skechers, Faith Worx, Twirls and Twigs, Critter Brigade, Kaiya Eve, Ju-Ju-Be, GoGo Gear and GoGo Voyage, Linea Pelle, Todd Goldman, Daniel Maltzman, Jurni Tea, Logan and Blue, Baby Genius, David and Goliath, Volcom, Rewash, Bishop, Brooke Benson Jewelry, Private Quarters, CLENE, Geren Ford, Gibson, Fender, OM Girl, Aziam, Allen Allen, Dayla Baby, Kao Pao Shu, MikiMax by Julie Quinn, Juan DeLascarain, Add-A-Kid, Diana Phillips (chocolates), Alterna, Aquiesse (candles), DayNa Decker (candles), Fenix, Colorescience, Baby Butter, Budzie, Chatti Patti, PippiTails, Pink Pewter, Cali Norton, Family Jewels, French , Cameron Hawaii, Primp and more!


WHEN: Monday, December 21, 2009.  7PM -10PM


WHERE: Shop For A Cause Pop-Up Boutique (directly across from Maxfield – near Robertson).  8816 Melrose Ave. West Hollywood, CA  90069

About Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF)

Cambodian Children’s Fund is a non-profit 501c (3) tax-exempt organization, which was founded by Hollywood film executive Scott Neeson. Scott traveled to Cambodia on holiday in early 2003 and found his life forever changed by the desperate circumstances and unlikely courage of Phnom Penh’s most impoverished children.


CCF was originally developed as one shelter providing a safe haven for 45 children in critical need. Within five short years, CCF has grown to incorporate five separate facilities, where over 400 children receive nutrition and housing, as well as medical treatment, dental services and vaccinations. CCF children are given a comprehensive educational program that includes local language reading and writing, as well as multi-level classes in English, social studies and math. They also attend evening classes at the rooftop cultural center, where they learn traditional Khmer music, dance and drama.


CCF is also expanding its community relief programs to provide suffering families better access to education, health care, food assistance and safe drinking water - essential in an environment where an estimated 80% of illnesses are water related. For additional information and to learn more about Cambodian Children’s Fund, please visit www.cambodianchildrensfund.org


About Children of the Night

Children of the Night is a private, non-profit, tax-exempt organization founded in 1979. They are dedicated to assisting children between the ages
of 11 and 17 who are forced to prostitute on the streets for food to eat and a place to sleep. Since 1979, they have rescued girls and boys from
prostitution and the domination of vicious pimps. They provide all programs with the support of private donations.

Children of the Night is making a difference in the lives of hundreds of children each year. Their commitment to rescuing these children from the ravages of prostitution is shared with a small but committed group of detectives, FBI agents, and prosecutors in Los Angeles, Hollywood, Santa Ana, Anaheim, San Diego, other areas of California, Las Vegas, Portland, Billings, Montana; Seattle, Washington; Miami, New York, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Phoenix, Hawaii and Washington D.C. — all stops on the child prostitution circuit.  The numbers keep growing as more and more dedicated individuals become concerned about the welfare of these desperate children.

Child prostitutes require specialized care for effective intervention. Most of the children were first victimized by a parent or early caregiver.  Most have been tortured by treacherous pimps and many testify in lengthy court proceedings against the pimps who have forced them to work as prostitutes.

In most cases these children do not have appropriate homes to return to and the only relative who is a suitable guardian may live far away from the child’s hometown. For many the only option is an out of home placement, college dorm, maternity home or mental health program. For those who reach 18 and need additional time to prepare to enter the mainstream society, independent living programs are recommended; special education programs are advised for those who need extra help with school and alcohol or drug recovery homes are suggested for those with substance abuse problems.

Children of the Night is in demand to assist other agencies across the country and around the world to develop similar programs.


About Shop for a Cause

Conscience Collective is pleased to announce that it has partnered with leading fashion designers for a new shopping platform that benefits shoppers by providing designer labels at significant savings while also providing charities with much needed donations. The first “Shop for a Cause” event started on December 3, 2009, sponsored by Morgan Samuels and benefits Cambodian Children’s Fund. The nearly 5,000 square foot space makes Melrose Avenue its “Pop-up” home and is located directly across the street from world famous Maxfield.

The temporary store features a wide selection of designer apparel and accessories for men, women and children as well as a collection of home and gift items all at up to 90% off retail prices, with proceeds supporting Cambodian Children’s Fund. In addition to offering a hip, fun environment and great deals on fashion and gifts, this special shopping experience will offer an unforgettable platform to educate Angelinos about Cambodian Children’s Fund and their incredible mission to help improve the quality of life for children.

This signature-shopping event marks a new fundraising format for Conscience Collective. Event updates, including information on how to donate to Cambodian Children’s Fund and/or participate in “Shop for a Cause: Chic, Cheap & Charitable”, will be available at http://www.ShopforaCause.us.com