WHO CARES ABOUT THE NEXT GENERATION

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Who Cares About The Next Generation is part of an event series that began in 2006 to raise money for UCLA’s Autism Treatment Program and the treatment of teens and young adults battling cancer. These private events have raised over $6 million, with event expenses totaling less than 10% of funds raised. Donated dollars aided in the expansion of access to autism treatment services for children and families coping with an ASD diagnosis, as well as funding the first U.S. specialized teen cancer unit at UCLA and now, the launch of these units across the U.S. through the work of Teen Cancer America.

JOIN THE WHO and help provide THE NEXT GENERATION with the CARE they need and deserve.

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EVENT INFORMATION

DATE
May 31,2016

ENTERTAINMENT
The Who, Eddie Vedder, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts

SPECIAL GUESTS
David Spade, Howie Mandel & others

HOSPITALITY
Rockin’ Cocktails & Festive Food Stations

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To bid on once-in-a-lifetime auction items including priceless NFL & PGA experiences, VIP passes to Coachella, Lollapalooza & The Desert Trip Festival, Vacation Packages to Bora Bora, Budapest, New York City and Las Vegas, signed Rock & Roll memorabilia and more, visit the link below!

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Online auction closes at 3pm on May 31st, 2016


SPOTLIGHTING TWO CHARITIES

Teen Cancer America – Every hour in America another 13 – 25 year-old is diagnosed with cancer. Teen Cancer America is transforming their lives by building specialized in-patient and out-patient “teen zones” in our country’s leading cancer treatment and research centers. with your support, these “teen zones” will soon be serving thousands of impacted young people and their families across the country – improving treatment, outcomes and survival rates.

UCLA Health | Autism Treatment Program – Today, one in every 68 children has an autism spectrum disorder. It is the fastest growing developmental disorder in the U.S. The UCLA Autism Treatment Program is at the forefront of research and new treatments for autism, but too few practicing community clinicians are up-to-date. With these funds, UCLA experts will establish state-of-the-art free programs for community teachers and professionals to better impact the growing population of families with children on the autism spectrum.

A Call To Action