Wendy Raquel Robinson and Terry Crews will host “Gospel Goes To Hollywood” Awards luncheon thaw will celebrate the untold stories of faith during Oscar week.
“theHELPPPPagency”, dubbed as the first ever “Red-Carpet” event producer in the faith-based community, has partnered with the historical Taglyan Cultural Complex to present Gospel Goes To Hollywood Awards Luncheon celebrating the ‘untold stories of faith’ in Hollywood Friday, February 24, 2012 from 12 pm to 3pm.
“Oscar Week will never be the same,” exclaims event producer Tomeka Holyfield. “After receiving such an overwhelming response last year, in L.A., during NBA All-Star Weekend, we’re very excited to bring this event to Hollywood. It’s an awesome platform for actors, actresses, andTV and film directors/producers to share their Untold Stories of FAITH, and we’re confident of this event becoming a must attend event for years to come!”
The star-studded event, co-hosted by actress Wendy Raquel Robinson of the hit show “The Game” and actor Terry Crews of the hit show “Everybody Hates Chris,” and the upcoming film “The Expendables 2,” will honor and highlight some of Hollywood’s most inspirational who have overcome hurdles and persevered through faith. Proceeds will benefit the Helpppping Hands Foundation as they raise awareness and funds to assist abused and battered women and children throughout the world.
“We’re honored to host Gospel Goes to Hollywood Awards Luncheon,” says Gary Taglyan of the Taglyan Complex. “It’s a privilege to work with so many great individuals for such a wonderful cause.”