Hollywood’s Young Stars Come Out For Jonathan Foundation Fundraiser

Young Actors at The Jonathan Foundation Fundraiser

(l-r ) Actors Merit Leighton (Sofia The First/The Nerd Posse), Dara Sisterhen (Victorious/Disney’s “Dog With A Blog), Noland Ammon (Nickelodeon’s Henry Danger”/”Awesomeness TV”), Tara-Nicole Azarian (The Kids Table, Disney’s “Game On”), Board Member Jonathan Marhaba, The Jonathan Foundation, Kiana Lyz Rivera (Immigrant/TNT’s Major Crimes/The Greys), Nick Azarian (CBS’s The McCarthys), Ben Stillwell (Grey’s Anatomy/TNT’s Murder In The First). (Bottom row) Actors and Youth Advocates for The Jonathan Foundation, Terrell Ransom Jr. & Jacob Hopkins (Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball).

Hollywood’s young stars came out to The Jonathan Foundation’s Fundraiser. The children’s learning disabilities charity hosted a sold-out event Sunday, April 19, 2015 at the Marconi Automotive Museum in Tustin, California.

Among the stars who enjoyed an evening filled with heart-felt stories, laughter and dancing for the worthy cause were Merit Leighton (Sofia The First/The Nerd Posse), Dara Sisterhen (Victorious/Disney’s “Dog With A Blog), Noland Ammon(Nickelodeon’s Henry Danger”/”Awesomeness TV”), Tara-Nicole Azarian (The Kids Table, Disney’s “Game On”), Board Member Jonathan Marhaba, The Jonathan Foundation, Kiana Lyz Rivera (Immigrant/TNT’s Major Crimes/The Greys), Nick Azarian (CBS’s The McCarthys), Ben Stillwell (Grey’s Anatomy/TNT’s Murder In The First). Actors and Youth Advocates for The Jonathan Foundation, Terrell Ransom Jr. and Jacob Hopkins (Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball).

Proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards funding assessments for children with Learning Disabilities and Autism.  The Jonathan Foundation advocates for children diagnosed with Autism, Asperger’s Developmental Delay, Intellectual Disability, and XXX Syndrome.

About The Jonathan Foundation

The Jonathan Foundation was formed in 2001, founded by Raja Marhaba. It all began when both of her sons were diagnosed with ADHD and learning disabilities. Today both boys Jonathan and Omar sit on the Board of The Jonathan Foundation and are actively involved. They mentor children, speak with them and help them to better understand what they are going through and they are not alone, that their disability is not a disability but a “gift”. They connect with our special needs children on a level most people cannot because they lived the path these children are currently walking. Visit The Jonathan Foundation website www.thejonathanfoundation.org

Links:
www.thejonathanfoundation.org 

Edna Sims, ESP Public Relations espublicrelations@gmail.com

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