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Music and Food Fundraiser for Woolsey Fire Dec 2

Music and Food Fundraiser
for Woolsey Fire @ One Love Ranch, Dec 2

100% Of Proceeds Go To Malibu Foundation

Performances By Joe Walsh • Katy Perry • Gwen Stefani • Macy Gray • Robin Thicke • Natasha Bedingfield • Best Coast • Rick Springfield • Rita Wilson • Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers) • Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters) • Nick Valensi (The Strokes) • Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger and Ben Kenney of Incubus • Brandi Carlile • Whitney Cummings • Dorothy • Angel Haze • Pete Molinari • Kii Arens • Adam “12” Bravin • Cisco Adler

On Sunday, December 2, the proceeds of this event will go to the Malibu Foundation to support programs in areas impacted by the Woolsey Fire, including Agoura Hills, Oak Park, Thousand Oaks, West Hills, Calabasas, Malibu and other areas. One Love Malibu is supported by and held at One Gun Ranch, which will be called One Love Ranch for the day of the event, where there will be a live auction and performances by Joe Walsh, Katy Perry, Gwen Stefani, Macy Gray, Robin Thicke, Natasha Bedingfield, Best Coast, Rick Springfield, Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger and Ben Kenney of Incubus, Brandi Carlile, Whitney Cummings, Rita Wilson, Nick Valensi (The Strokes), Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters), Dorothy, Pete Molinari, Angel Haze, Cisco Adler, Kii Arens & Adam “12” Bravin.

The event committee includes Ann Eysenring, Alice Bamford, Anjelica Huston, Aureta, Amber Farr, Alaina Meyer, Alexandra Keating, Bonnie Curtis, Carson Meyer, Darren Romanelli, Debbie Frank, Demi Moore, Eric Buterbaugh, Erica Packer, Evelin Weber, Gabby Reece, Grey Rembert, Frankie Harrer, Johnny Galecki, Jolene Rapino, Michael Rapino, Keely Brosnan, Kelly Meyer, Kim Lincoln, Laird Hamilton, Liberty Ross, Jimmy Iovine, Lyndie Benson, Mariel Haenn, Nicky Mathers, Orlando Bloom, Pierce Brosnan, Sarah AnnMarie Samson, Sarah Pantera, Simone Harrer, Susan Chokachi, Tori Praver, & Trevor Neilson.

With support from Linda Perry & Kerry Brown’s artist empowerment company We Are Hear, the event will take place from 1-8 PM, with all proceeds and donations going to The Malibu Foundation. This will go to those most in need: to the uninsured, those living paycheck to paycheck with no resources, to help with animal refuge and care, to rebuild and regenerate Malibu and to support proper Wildfire Prevention and Land Stewardship initiatives.

With One Love Production, there will be a silent auction, as well as a live auction by Christie’s, including a Jony Ive specially designed Apple product, a Tierney Gearon photograph, unique Mr. Brainwash artwork, items from Bamford Watch Department, a Wes Lang piece, skid steer excavator by JCB, once in a lifetime Gucci, SEALs experience, and LA RAMS experiences. Food at the festival will be provided by Nick Mathers’ Elephante, Nobu Malibu, and Malibu Burger Co. with contributions from Gelson’s Markets.

Sound and lights for the One Love Malibu production are made possible by a donation from HARMAN, an audio and lighting company whose live entertainment brands include JBL, AKG, Soundcraft, Crown and Martin. The Roland Corporation is a proud supplier of Musical Instruments and Video Streaming Gear. This event could not happen without the generous support of Live Nation.

 


 

About The Malibu Foundation:
The Malibu Foundation was created to support the community of Malibu and its neighbors as they work to rebuild after the Woolsey Fire. It has been launched by members of the community including Miley Cyrus, the Happy Hippie Foundation, Liam Hemsworth, Evelin Weber, Alice Bamford, Ann Eysenring, Joe Flanigan, Rory Kennedy, Trevor Neilson, and others. To date, through the partnership with the Malibu Foundation, the Boys & Girls Club’s Emergency Relief Grant Sub Committee has awarded $95,000 in grants ranging from $1,000 – $5,000 to 29 families and is in the process of reviewing an additional 30 applications. We anticipate receiving significantly more requests in the coming weeks.

The Malibu Foundation has already been supporting the Boys & Girls Club of Malibu and the United Way of Los Angeles for emergency relief in Malibu and its surrounding area including Agoura Hills, Oak Park, Thousand Oaks, West Hills and Calabasas, who have all been deeply impacted by the Woolsey Fire. Both the Boys & Girls Club of Malibu and the United Way of Los Angeles are local chapters of leading national nonprofit organizations who specialize in community programming. They are actively collecting and vetting requests for immediate financial assistance from low-income individuals and families affected by the fire, and are making sure they get the help they need as quickly as possible.   www.themalibufoundation.org