Julianne Moore, Sting, Rita Wilson, Tom Hanks, Tina Fey and More Set for Children's Health Fund Benefit Concert
24 Sep 2012
The Children's Health Fund, which provides pediatric mobile care to underserved children, will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a benefit concert held Oct. 4 at Radio City Music Hall.
CHF co-founder Paul Simon will be joined on stage by his wife Edie Brickell as well as Rubén Blades and Luba Mason (The Capeman), Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond, Amy Grant and Vince Gill, Steve Martin (The Elephant Man) and The Steep Canyon Rangers, Sting (Threepenny Opera) and Trudie Styler, James Taylor and Caroline Taylor, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson (Chicago), and Stevie Wonder and Aisha Morris.
Proceeds from the 8 PM event will allow Children's Health Fund to continue providing necessary services to children throughout the country.
The pre-show Honorees’ Reception, hosted by actress Julianne Moore (The Vertical Hour) and CHF advisory council chair Jane Pauley, will honor Simon Fuller ("American Idol") with the Founders' Award and David Pulman with the Corporate Award.
Radio City Music Hall is located at 1260 6th Avenue. For more information and tickets, visit ChildrensHealthFund.org.
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