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Twins At Pinz!


 May 15th, 2017, Los Angeles

 Project Angel Food will hold its 22nd Annual Bowling for Angels event on Saturday, May 20 at PINZ, 12655 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, 91604. Lisa Foxx, the host of MY-FM, has once again corralled a star-studded team to benefit the organization.  Her team, The Super Foxes, will comprise KTLA’s Wendy Burch and her adorable son Brady Burch, Day of Our Lives stars Ari Zucker and Shawn Christian, Charlie’s Angels Icon Cheryl Tiegs, plastic surgeon Dr. Steve Svehlak and his wife Wendy Svehlak, and KFI’S Elizabeth Espinosa.  The team will be dressed in capes and wearing fox ears, as part of a D.C. v Marvel theme.  Folks are encouraged to donate to the team.

The event is hosted by TV’s Fashion Guy Lawrence Zarian and his twin brother, model Gregory Zarian.  Four-time fundraising winner, comic actor Alex Boling will be on hand as well as top fundraisers, so far for this event, Stephen Gatta, a 25 year volunteer with Project Angel Food and Toni Gallagher and executive producer for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.  Other teams are still being lined up and there is still time to register for free as an individual or a team at  Each bowler raises or donates $50 and 100% of the donations raised at the event benefits Project Angel Food.

 Bowling for Angels is a fun filled day of food, bowling and camaraderie, and prior to the competition, bowlers vie with each other to raise the most funds and then strive to win one of the top three fund-raiser prizes.  It attracts, enthusiastic participants as well as Project Angel Food supporters and Board Members. Sponsors for the event include: Wells Fargo, Fox Pride, Bovitz, KPMG, Coben Family and Trailer Park.

 Project Angel Food has served the community tirelessly for twenty-eight years and provided more than10.5 million meals to men and women living with critical illness.  The kitchen and staff prepare over 11,000 meals a week, free of charge and medically tailored to the requirements of clients living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, congestive heart disease, kidney failure and diabetes.  The mission is one of love, to feed and nourish the sick as they fight their battle. Today, for the first time in our history there is a waiting list of clients desperate to be fed and nobody should have to wait for this basic necessity.  Many of the clients are living well below the poverty line and Project Angel Food is the lifeline, filling a desperate need in all communities.  The client base is testimony to this fact, 40% Latino, 30% African-American,21% Caucasian, 5% Asian and 4% other.



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