KIMBERLY MOORE - Founder of the Kimberly Moore Foundation, Echelon & a Goodwill Ambassador to the United States for Guinea Bissau, West Africa
$42 - Online Advance Reservations
$45 - At the Door for Rotarians and Guests
$13 - Non-Diners (members only)
$8 - Parking
$12 - Alcohol
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KIMBERLY MOORE - Founder of the Kimberly Moore Foundation, Echelon & a Goodwill Ambassador to the United States for Guinea Bissau, West AfricaGet Tickets
Since Christmas 2007, Moore has answered the Santa letters of over 40,000 underprivileged children through her Adopt A Letter program in U.S. & has impacted the lives of over 10,000 children internationally. In 2011 Moore founded "The Kimberly Moore Foundation" and created a number of programs and campaigns, well recognized in the media, benefiting children and families in Los Angeles as well as abroad.
Moore is highly regarded for her creative energy in raising funds and awareness for a variety of causes by bringing together highly influential people from around the world for her private Echelon Club gatherings, where it’s members collaborate on global business opportunities that make a difference and create a better future for our world.
Moore has been honored with 5 Keys to the City, recognized by the Mayor of LA, California State Senator, Winner of the 17th annual WIN Awards, ARWEY Humanitarian Award at Women’s Economic Forum, Appointed Goodwill Ambassador by the President /First Lady of Guinea Bissau, West Africa, Honoree of the NDHope L.O.O.P. Award with Dr. Jerry Brown (TIME Magazine Person of the Year) and more.
Moore has become strong advocate for Girls Education (building the first of a series of Girl Friendly schools in Liberia, West Africa) and is extremely passionate about bringing education to children living in vulnerable areas around the world. Moore's work got the attention of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia, and a recent meeting with Claus Nobel of the Nobel Peace Prize.
In 2017, Moore was scouted by A.P.A. and recently signed a “Book to Movie” deal and sequel about her life!
Moore was also featured as "Favorite Humanitarians" on the Holiday Extravaganza CBS episode of "The Doctors" TV Show regarding her humanitarian work in America as the Real Santa Claus.