Thank you to everyone who attended the “I Have a Dream” Foundation – Los Angeles (IHADLA) charity bingo event at Hamburger Mary’s featuring celebrity guest ball callers Carlson Young from the Scream TV series and Isom Innis from Foster the People, and to all who helped organize the event and contributed prizes. We greatly appreciate your support!
Our IHADLA Charity Bingo Night Was a Great Success Thanks to Our Supporters, the Legendary Bingo Hostesses, and Our Celebrity Ball Callers from Foster the People and the Scream TV Series!
Carlson Young and Isom Innis generously acted as ball callers for the IHADLA charity bingo event on October 29th at Hamburger Mary’s. Carlson Young is known for her role as Brooke Maddox in the main cast of the Scream TV series from MTV, and Isom Innis is the keyboardist for American indie pop band Foster the People. Both our celebrity ball callers and the Legendary Bingo hostesses ensured it was an evening full of laughter, fun moments, and great prizes. Legendary Bingo Night at Hamburger Mary’s is always super fun, and this event was for a great cause. Thank you to everyone who supported this event for helping us empower at-risk youth in Watts, Boyle Heights, and Inglewood by providing our students academic and social-emotional support. We hope to see everyone again at our next charity bingo night!
More Photos from Our Bingo Event at Hamburger Mary’s to Help Empower At-Risk Youth
About the “I Have A Dream” Foundation – Los Angeles
The “I Have A Dream” Foundation – Los Angeles (IHADLA) is one of the affiliates of the New York-based national chapter, “I Have A Dream” Foundation. IHADLA is celebrating 30 years. It is one of the only organizations that has a long-term program committed to helping at-risk youth and their families become empowered members of society by providing academic support, college and career readiness, life skill development, parent engagement, and social-emotional support, plus an offer of a scholarship for higher education to assure the best outcomes for employment and success.
If you’d like to know more about IHADLA and how you can help us empower at-risk youth, please visit our How You Can Help page