Televised on October 17, 2013 in Hollywood, Calif.
LOS ANGELES— The televised 10th Anniversary Artivist Awards will take place October 17th in Hollywood, California. The event will honor:
Alicia Keys, Carlos Santana, Don Cheadle, Toni Braxton, Herbie Hancock, Cyndi Lauper, Lisa Marie Presley, Moby, Eric Roberts, Nigel Lythgoe, The Milagro Foundation, and the United Nations Environment Programme.
Unlike any other awards show, the Artist Awards honors artistic merit, celebrity advocates, corporate CSR, community leaders, and raises support for charitable organizations across the USA. Throughout the entire program, viewers at home are encouraged to become active participants by texting a donation, volunteering their time, becoming a member, signing petitions, and joining the online communities of charities dedicated to international human rights, children’s advocacy, environmental preservation, and the humane treatment of animals.
The 2-hour TV Special will broadcast on the TV Guide Network reaching 80+ Million households nationwide. TV Guide Network takes fans behind-the-scenes of Hollywood with original programming that delivers the latest news on entertainment and pop culture, as well as coverage of the industry’s biggest events. The 10th Artivist Awards will reach millions of fans and highlight performances by internationally recognized musicians.
Celebrity advocates and performers are invited to participate in the program. For more information, contact President Diaky Diaz: email@example.com
Founded in 2003, The Artivist Awards honors artistic merit, celebrity advocates, corporate CSR, and raises support for charities across the USA. The Artivist Awards is the only awards program dedicated to raising awareness for Humanity, Animals and the Environment through the Arts and Community Action.
In 2012, Artivist became a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in association with the United Nations Department of Public Information, and is now dedicated to the mission and initiatives of the UN-DPI. Among the 7+ million NGOs operating worldwide, less than 1% are officially associated with the United Nations.