Charitable giving isn't just a holiday initiative for the Hollywood Wax Museum in Los Angeles, CA. The organization makes giving back a year-round effort. In 2011, the top-rated Los Angeles entertainment attraction donated 2,116 tickets, a value of $37,982.00. Over the course of the year, 614 charitable organizations received tickets in 2011 from the Hollywood Wax Museum.
"Supporting charitable organizations has been part of the Hollywood Wax Museum philosophy since my grandfather opened the museum in 1965", says Tej Sundher, Hollywood Wax Museum owner. "Our popular Los Angeles attraction has given back to our community for over 45 years and will always be a year-round priority. The organizations we support truly make a meaningful impact. Gifting the experience of fun and entertainment at our Hollywood attraction means so much to us."
Some charitable organizations that were beneficiaries of the tickets included:
One of the beneficiaries of the free Hollywood Wax Museum tickets, Fisher House in Los Angeles, provides housing for the family member of Veterans while they are undergoing long term care at their VA hospital. When families who were staying at the Fisher House came for free, it was a big hit with them. "The families have been so thankful for the opportunity to take a break from the otherwise very stressful time of having someone hospitalized," says Sundher. "Giving the gift of entertainment and fun to help make a nerve-racking time less stressful is what entertainment is all about."
In addition to families at Fisher House, the Hollywood Wax Museum has also hosted families from Make A Wish Foundation and Give Kids The World. Helping these families have a true Hollywood experience is what the Hollywood Wax Museum is all about.
Non profit organizations can request donations in 2012 from the Hollywood Wax Museum at http://www.hollywoodwaxmuseum.com/hollywood/non-profit_rates.htm
About the Hollywood Wax Museum
The Hollywood Wax Museum, a favorite Los Angeles attraction, opened in its present location on Hollywood Boulevard on February 6, 1965. For more than 45 years, guests have enjoyed the chance to get close to the stars while making a visit to Hollywood - the world's most famous celebrity town. Los Angeles residents and tourists know they are in Hollywood when they see the Hollywood Sign, Hollywood Walk of Fame, and original Hollywood Wax Museum from the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue. To learn more about the Hollywood Wax Museum, see museum hours and book discount tickets online, visit www.hollywoodwaxmuseum.com
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