Stevie Wonder Tapped to Perform at Global Green USA’s Pre-Oscar Party
Stevie Wonder Tapped to Perform at Global Green USA’s Pre-Oscar Party. The most anticipated and highly recognized as the green event of Oscar week, Global Green USA will celebrating the biggest week in entertainment with its 13th Annual pre-Oscar party on Wednesday, Feb. 24 at the Mr. C Beverly Hills Hotel.
The Global Green USA announced on February 2nd that they will be honoring young ECO-Champions at the event that will feature a special intimate performance by music legend Stevie Wonder. The program will be emceed by renowned journalist and CEO of Starfish Media Group Soledad O’Brien.
This event brings together some of the biggest names in TV, film, music and in fashion, the Hollywood super event is said to be one of biggest and highlighted nights Hollywood’s ever seen . The organization will be celebrating its 24th anniversary with green-minded A-lists public figures. The event will be featuring fine dining and an exclusive auction, the stars will come together to raise money and of course awareness for Global Green USA’s green efforts to create climate-resilient cities and to empower young environmental leaders.
“Global Green USA is proud to collaborate with the entertainment industry to celebrate the recent progress in climate change and environmental achievements and to raise funds to continue our critical work in Los Angeles and in cities across the country,” said Global Green USA CEO Dr. Les McCabe. “We’re especially excited this year to celebrate the achievements of some outstanding young environmental leaders who also will be featured during the evening.”
Global Green USA is dedicated to helping the people, places, and the planet in need through catalytic projects, transformative policy, and cutting-edge research. Global Green USA’s signature programs include greening affordable housing, schools, neighborhoods, and cities as well as rebuilding communities. suffered from the impacts of climate change, sea level rise, and environmental degradation.