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Angel Ball brings Hollywood to the Old Pueblo in benefit of local kids

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TUCSON - Tinseltown made its way to the Old Pueblo last Saturday.

And while good times and long-lasting memories were made, a local Tucson non-profit made sure the positive vibes from a "night in Hollywood" could be felt throughout the entire community.

On Saturday, Angel Charity for Children, Inc. hosted its annual Angel Ball. With the theme "Hollywood - Now and Forever", the local charity raised $1,038,207 to benefit several local organizations that aim to help children in Pima County.

According to officials, the annual ball at the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa raised money for organizations including Children's ClinicsTherapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids (TRAK), The Abbie School, Amphi Foundation, Cascade Foundation of Southern Arizona, Cooper Center for Environmental Sciences, Courtney’s Courage, Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona, GAP Ministries and Lead Guitar.

Since forming in 1983, Angel Charity has aided more than one million children in Pima County.

To learn more about the local non-profit, visit

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Anthony Victor Reyes

Anthony Victor Reyes is the lead digital content producer at News 4 Tucson. The award-winning journalist previously worked as a community reporter in Jasper County, Iowa.

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