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10 Aug

Selena Gomez to Host Inaugural Rare Impact Fund Profit

Selena Gomez to Host Inaugural Rare Impact Fund Profit

Selena Gomez will host her inaugural Rare Impact Fund Profit on Oct. 4 in Los Angeles.

Titled “A Night of Radiance & Reflection,” the event will happen at Nya Studios in Hollywood. Gomez will host 350 guests, with an appearance by her “Only Murders within the Constructing” costar, Emmy-winning actor Martin Short, and Grammy-nominated music producer Marshmello. “Additional performers and entertainment might be announced at a later date,” noted the corporate, adding, “The event will draw guests in a call to motion around youth mental health and might be an evening of levity, community, and inspiration supporting the Rare Impact Fund.”

Aligning with Rare Beauty’s mission to affect, the Rare Impact Fund is a nonprofit affiliate working to expand mental health awareness and services, particularly in underserved communities. It was created in 2020 with the goal of raising $100 million in a decade. One percent of all Rare Beauty sales are donated to the fund, which also collects support from the Rare Beauty community, corporate partners and philanthropic foundations, amongst others. All tickets support the Rare Impact Fund and can be found at rareimpactfund.org/rare-impact-benefit/.

“There’s nothing more essential to me than getting young people access to the resources that they should support their mental health,” Gomez, actor-singer and founding father of Rare Beauty and the Rare Impact Fund, said in an announcement. “This can be a personal mission and the explanation that I created the Rare Impact Fund. I’m incredibly proud to host the inaugural Rare Impact Fund Profit and look ahead to an inspiring night of raising funds for these lifesaving services and showcasing the impact we have now made to date.”

The fund currently supports 23 organizations globally. “Up to now, the Rare Impact Fund has directly impacted greater than 740,000 young people, 10,000 teachers and administrators, and 367 educational systems,” in accordance with Rare Beauty.

Elyse Cohen, vice chairman of social impact and inclusion at Rare Beauty, and president of the Rare Impact Fund, said: “We’re thrilled to announce the inaugural Rare Impact Fund Profit, a night crammed with inspiration and purpose. This event will highlight the importance of supporting youth mental health and lift funds for the incredible organizations providing critical mental health tools and resources for young people all over the world. With the support of our partners, donors and community, we hope to further our mission to scale back the stigma related to mental health and increase access to mental health services and education.”

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