Win Intimate Dinner With Actor William Levy Benefiting A Thousand Joys Serving Children Suffering From Trauma

William Levy hosts a private dinner to benefit A Thousand Joys serving children suffering from trauma.

“I believe all kids have the right to dream big and be successful in life. When they have the right tools, this can become a reality.” – William Levy

Los Angeles, CA – August 11 to September 4 – Children from the groundbreaking Los Angeles nonprofit organization A Thousand Joys (ATJ) will benefit from an intimate dinner hosted by film and TV star, William Levy. And, eight lucky fans have a chance to get a seat at Levy’s table at a top eatery in Beverly Hills.

Levy was seen most recently starring alongside Milla Jovovich in Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and is currently in pre-production for his next project, Killing Sarai. The Cuban-born actor, named by Variety as one of the country’s 10 top Latino stars, launched a campaign this month to raise awareness and funds to help children whose dreams are challenged by the devastating effects of trauma.

The contest is simple. Participants can go to http://athousandjoys.org/william-levy/ and donate for a chance to win! Every $10 donation equals one chance to win one seat at the dinner table with Levy. Four winners will be randomly selected though a drawing. And, if fans want to ensure a seat at Levy’s table, up to two people can purchase a seat for $5,000 for themselves and a guest. Raffle winners will also receive up to $500 for travel expenses and hotel accommodations for two evenings. Personally signed autographs will be provided to the first 100 donors above $100. Since all levels of donations are important, a digital gift will be given to donors of less than $10.

Levy said, “I am excited to help spread the word about an organization called A Thousand Joys, who spend every day helping kids deal with violence, poverty, neglect and other conditions that are out of their control by teaching them things like breathing, yoga and mindfulness. In other words, empowering them with coping skills.” He went on to say, “I believe all kids have the right to dream big and be successful in life. When they have the right tools, this can become a reality.”

A Thousand Joys’ Transform program currently focuses on students in communities with some of the…

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