It's an incredibly rewarding experience to see children's faces in local malls completely light up when they get a change to hug a Hollywood teen celebrity
Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 9, 2008
Jason Earles from Disney Channel's top rated series "Hannah Montana," Olesya Rulin from breakout Disney film sensation "High Musical" and David Henrie and Adrian R'Mante from Disney Channel's "The Wizards of Waverly Place" and "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" are just some of the Hollywood teen celebrities who have been lending their time and support to The George Caceres Foundation by making local appearances from Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada to Washing ton D.C. in the United States.
Sponsored by The George Caceres Foundation, these teen celebrities have been flying into local cities and spending a day with young children and teenage residents who normally wouldn't have the opportunity to meet with the teen celebrities. The George Caceres Foundation strives to connect children, teenagers and young adults in local cities though out the United States, Canada and Europe with Hollywood teen celebrities. The foundation introduces celebrities like The Disney Channel's David Henrie and Adrian R'Mante to special needs children through its close affiliations with other notable charities such as St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation and Big Brothers Big Sisters. The George Caceres Foundation is also committed to having local youth in areas such as Vancouver, British Columbia, Raleigh, North Carolina and Washington D.C. meet the Hollywood teen celebrities. The foundation traditionally sets up an afternoon in a local mall in which the local youth are encouraged to come and meet the likes of Olesya Rulin from High School Musical or Jason Earles from Hannah Montana. At these malls the young children, teenagers and young adults have autographed pictures signed and photos taken with the teen celebrities.
"It's an incredibly rewarding experience to see children's faces in local malls completely light up when they get a change to hug a Hollywood teen celebrity," said George Caceres President and
Founder of The George Caceres Foundation. "I can't tell you how rewarding it is for me and the staff members of The George Caceres Foundation to witness the delight when a child from St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is temporarily released from a hospital stay to come and meet one of our Hollywood teen celebrities such as Olesya Rulin from High School Musical," George Caceres goes on to say. "It's important for children and teenagers to know that their dreams to grow up and become whatever they want to be are possible. Our teen celebrities such as David Henrie from Disney's The Wizards of Waverly Place were young children at one time who had a wish to be on television and they made that dream happen."
"I've made a few appearances in local cities in Canada and the United States on behalf of The George Caceres Foundation and it has been more than inspiring," said Adrian R'Mante who plays the comedic Esteban on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. "I love acting on television and living in Hollywood but there is something very special about meeting young kids in various cities and getting the chance to connect with them. George Caceres and his foundation are committed to bringing smiles to many children with special needs and I am very pleased to be associated with the foundation," continued Adrian R'Mante.
The George Caceres Foundation is an organization that introduces Hollywood teen celebrities to children and teenagers outside of Hollywood. The George Caceres Foundation fundamentally believes that all children and young adults can pursue their biggest dreams and aspirations. Sometimes a child that meets a George Caceres Foundation teen celebrity will want to pursue their own acting careers but more often the children and teenagers are just taken by the presence, self-confidence and self-assurance of the talent and it motivates them to follow their career dreams.
The George Caceres Foundation works closely with established non-profit organizations such as Girl Scouts of America, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation, always remembering how important reaching out to special needs children and teenagers can be. The foundation also pays particular attention to special needs' family members and close friends who can be as easily affected by the demands of day-to-day living. The foundation's goal is to bring a lift to children and teenagers by introducing them to Hollywood teen talent who these special needs children usually only see through their computers and television sets.
George Caceres himself has spent years in the entertainment business forging his way through various aspects of film, television and music and developing key relationships with Hollywood's top industry figures. Through these cultivated associations within Hollywood, George Caceres call on his friendships to help create impacting meetings between teen talent and children and young adults in cities everywhere.
For more information on the George Caceres Foundation or to find out where a teen celebrity from the foundation will be appearing next please go to http://www.georgecfoundation.com .