Fred Segal Event

From the ZoomTheory blog:

“We kicked off the new year [2011] supporting CRE Outreach at their Fred Segal launch party January 13th to reviel the Butterfly Effect Braille Pendant installation. The Good Work Space in Fred Segal gives non-profit organizations an opportunity to share their cause with the community. CRE Outreach’s mission is to use theatre to enhance self-esteem, encourage self-expression and empower individuals to overcome the challenges in their lives. To raise funds they are selling beautiful Braille copper pendants with the words: Believe, Transform and Create. Also you can purchase tickets to their theater production in February and March. It was a touching evening full of supporters and speeches by the blind actors. Stop in to see the space it’s very cool and even better you really are helping make a difference!”

More photos here:

https://flic.kr/s/aHsjthHh4p

CRE Outreach at the Playboy Mansion

In 2010, CRE Outreach held a fundraiser at the world famous Playboy Mansion. Our friends at Zoom Theory captured the fun:

Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Good Times at the Playboy Mansion with CRE Outreach
Check it off our bucket list! We rolled up in our mini van and rocked out at the Playboy Mansion. CRE Outreach hosted an amazing bash for an awesome charity. The stars rolled in on the red carpet and the bunnies were out to play. We captured True Blood vampires, Lakers, 90210 guys, Everlast, The Most Interesting Man in the World, the DJ Eye Candy Twins and a lot of naked painted ladies. The grotto was steamy and the party was hoppin’. The mansion itself is beautiful. When we arrived we met the peacocks on the front lawn along with all of Heff’s other furry creatures. The vip canopy’s were cool and the secret dance floor super hot. There was an auction to raise money for CRE Outreach and there was a touching presentation for the blind actors. The night was memorable and everyone was having a great time. The party went on way passed my bedtime but I’m sure what we missed we couldn’t post on our blog anyway 🙂

Be sure to check out the Zoom Theory blog for lots of great images!