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Conscience Cocktails – Wed. Dec. 5th Daniel Maltsman Gallery 7 -10:30 p.m

Written By: Marcelle - Nov• 28•12

Conscience Cocktails Holiday Charity Mixer Wed.  Dec. 5th  7 – 10:30 p.m

  • Conscience Cocktails, a networking group for young professional Angelenos with philanthropy as a commonality, will be hosting a holiday charity mixer on Wednesday, December 5th to benefit The Seany Foundation. Join us from 7pm – 10:30pm at the Daniel Maltzman Gallery located in luxurious Beverly Hills for evening of socializing and philanthropy as we bring together like-minded people, great food and cocktails while raising money and awareness for The Seany Foundation.

    The mission of Conscience Cocktails is to expose Angelenos to our city’s wonderful charities and the people behind them by aligning with a different non-profit organization at each event and giving them have a platform to introduce their cause to a captive audience. All proceeds directly benefit our evening’s charity partner, The Seany Foundation.Inspired by the life of Sean Lewis Robins, The Seany Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to funding research to help find cures for pediatric cancers and to improving the quality of life for children, teens, and young adults battling cancer. Sean fought Ewing sarcoma (a rare bone cancer) for nearly 7 years, until his death in 2006. He was just 22. The Seany Foundation works to continue the fight that Sean began. For more info, please visit www.theseanyfoundation.orgEvery day, 35 of our children and teens are diagnosed with cancer. Seven will die. Seventeen of the 28 survivors will suffer devastating life-long side effects. Join us this holiday season as we give the gift of hope!This special evening will include:
    • Open Bar
    • Hollywood Pasta Company Appetizers from 7pm – 8pm
    • Live performances by cancer survivor Urbalist and up and coming sensation Ruby Summer
    • Live DJ
    • Raffle
    • Body Art by Star Oakland
    • Business Cocktail Attire requestedWednesday, December 5th 2012
    7:00pm – 10:30pmDaniel Maltzman Gallery
    268 N. Beverly Drive
    Beverly Hills, CATickets: $50
    Tickets are limited and on sale now at

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268 N Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, California 90210

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