Category: mike sullivan
This years Pipeline To A Cure event will honor LAcarGUY’s Mike Sullivan for his charity involvement with Cystic Fibrosis. Once again, LAcarGUY will be donating a 2010 Toyota Prius which will be auctioned off to help raise money for the charity (last year’s Prius auction generated over $40,000!)
The evening will bring together the surf world to support the direct positive effect surfing has on those afflicted with Cystic Fibrosis. The event will feature a special headline performance from Shiny Toy Guns, along with former American Idol contestant Kai Kalama. Chris Cote, Editor-in-Chief of TransWorldSURF, will emcee the evening which includes a live auction with radio personality Shawn Parr.
Watch this video of Pipeline To A Cure’s role model and hero, Emily Haager, to understand both the exciting role surfing has played in helping those afflicted with CF and the importance of continuing to raise money to help end this disease. For more info on the event or to donate, go to www.pipelinetoacure.com
The Richstone Family Center, a foundation dedicated to improving the lives of under-priviledged children and their families, is honoring Mike Sullivan at their annual "An Affair of the Heart" fundraiser.
Mike is being honored for his contributions to the charity and the community. The event takes place on Saturday, June 6 at 6:30 pm at Loyola Marymount University. We invite you to join us for a night of great food, wine and music. Click here for more info on the event and/or to buy tickets.
The Richstone Family Center was incorporated in 1974 in Hawthorne. In 1977 Richstone served thirty-five families in one program on one site. In 2004, Richstone served over 4,500 children and their families in 13 different programs based at five sites.
The half acre site at 13620 Cordary was purchased in 1979 and the adjacent acre in 1989. The Richstone Jim Murray Children’s Center was built on the new property in 1993-1994. At the same time Richstone staff was expanding programs into the Lennox community with the support of the Lennox School District.
With programs flourishing in Lennox, Richstone was able to focus on other community needs. In the last decade of the 20th century programs were started at other school districts, in Harbor City, in the beach sites, and culminating with the founding of the ‘Insuring Our Future’ for young women emancipated from the foster care system.
Richstone now offers services for children from birth to adulthood and for parents in their teens to grandparents in their sixties.
Is it charming? Silly? Weird? Why is Mike destroying the electrical grid? You decide!