James & Paula Coburn Foundation to Host the 2014 Smile Gala, Presented by Operation Smile

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The James & Paula Coburn Foundation (JPCF), a private nonprofit group that uses its resources to support charitable organizations devoted to the arts and sciences, is proud to serve on the host committee for the 2014 Smile Gala, presented by Operation Smile.

We are so excited to be involved with Operation Smile...

Operation Smile was founded “on the belief that no child should suffer or die because of a facial deformity.” To spread their message and mission, the 2014 Smile Gala will be held on September 19, 2014, at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The event will celebrate the more than 220,000 young people worldwide whose lives have been forever transformed by the efforts of Operation Smile.

“We are so excited to be involved with Operation Smile,” said Lynda Erkiletian, Executive Director of The JPCF. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to attend the 2014 Smile Gala and serve on the host committee, benefitting an excellent organization and an even better cause.”

More than 500 guests from Los Angeles and around the globe are expected to be in attendance for an evening of dinner, awards, and a special guest performance from Judith Hill, of The Voice. Honorees will include Billy Bush, Ken Corday, and The Sharon D. Lund Foundation.

Get all of the details, and purchase tickets for the 2014 Smile Gala online at http://www.operationsmile.org/campaigns/2014/smile-gala/.

About Operation Smile
Operation Smile is an international medical charity that works in more than 60 countries around the world to heal children's smiles and forever change their lives.

About the James & Paula Coburn Foundation
The James and Paula Coburn Foundation (JPCF) is a tax-exempt private foundation that supports charitable organizations devoted to the arts and sciences. The mission of the JPCF is to sustain and develop the Coburns’ legacy, as bequeathed to the LA Philharmonic, the LA County Museum of Art, the Clairbourn School, KCET Community Television, the Motion Picture & Television Fund, and Operation Smile, in addition to, charities involved in the conduct of treatments or cures for cancer and the care of indigent cancer patients. The foundation is committed to upholding the Coburns’ dedication to local and international advancement through music, art, and education, as well as, physical and spiritual health.

The JPCF is organized as a 501(c)3 charitable trust and operates its main office in Los Angeles, California.

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