Official Maria Bello Facebook Page. Actor, Activist, Writer
Maria Bello is an internationally renowned actor and women’s rights activist and the co-founder of WeAdvanceU.org, a free crisis education platform in Haiti that helps to empower women. Having starred in over 30 movies, Bello has had several nominations and wins for her acting, including the Golden Globe Awards and the NY Film Critic’s Awards. She began her career as an activist at Villanova University, where she majored in Peace and Justice Education and worked at the Women’s Law Project in Philadelphia. In 2009 she was voted one of Variety magazine’s most powerful women in Hollywood for her activism with women in Darfur. Since 2008, she has worked in Haiti with Artists for Peace and Justice and Femmes en Democratie, a network of 300 Haitian women politicians, businesswomen and artisans.
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Get your tickets NOW for the 1st Annual “Challenge Gala & Poker Tournament” to Help At-Risk Youth on May 4th, 2014 at The Los Angeles Athletic Club. The events honors Maria Bello & is presented by Adam Arkin & Danny Nucci of the Beastie Boys. Gala includes Charity Buzz & silent auctions, raffle items & celebrity poker tournament.
Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this AMAZING contribution to At-Risk kids!!!
Photo Credit: Andrew Evans / PR Photos – Annenberg Foundation Gala
Photo Credit: Global Adolescent Project / Elle Events
Want to hang out on the set of Night’s latest microfilm? Better yet, be an extra AND support the foundation?
Get out your checkbooks and be ready to bid on this Charity Buzz auction item!
Help new leaders in the U.S. & other developing countries get on their path to success!
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Honoree Jamie Lee Curtis, Carlos Alazraqui, Jill Michelle Melean, Melak Akkad talk to host Erin Mooney at the Annual sCare Foundation benefit. The foundation is dedicated to alleviating the hardships of poverty facing today’s youth.
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