Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—Good+ Foundation’s Halloween Bash Supports Its Anti-Poverty Efforts
Posted: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 – 12:08 AM
GOOD+ Foundation founder Jessica Seinfeld and Jerry Seinfeld were joined by L.A.-area families for a spook-tacular afternoon at the second annual Halloween Bash held at The Culver Studios. The family-fun day raised nearly $300,000 to benefit the foundation’s work to help lift families out of poverty.
As an extension of GOOD+ Foundation’s New York City “Bedtime Bash,” the Halloween Bash was produced by Geffen Events and featured activity booths and games, carnival artists, a toddler activity area, and delicious treats. “This is always one of our favorite days because it allows families to spend a fun afternoon together while supporting our work to provide for families here in Los Angeles,” Jessica Seinfeld exclaimed.
Nearly 600 guests, including families the foundation serves, spent the afternoon engaged in such activities as Day of the Dead Face Painting & Make-Your-Own Flower Crowns, Trick-or-Treat bag decorating, Halloween Games, donut decorating and coffee sampling for the parents with Dunkin’ Donuts, airbrush tattoos, build a windowsill garden with Annie’s Homegrown, cookie decorating, Fairytale Princess & Prince “Meet & Greet,” spin-the-wheel giveaways, sunglasses, custom airbrushing on a Trucker Jacket with Levi’s Kids and a petting zoo presented by Serenity Kids Baby Food.
Guests included Ike Barinholtz and Erica Hanson, Jordana Brewster and Andrew Form, Baron Davis, Lisa Ling, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr., Gwyenth Paltrow, Marsai Martin, Sarah Jane Morris, Raegan Revord, Sean Patrick Thomas and Aonika Laurent Thomas, Aubrey Anderson Emmons, Albert Tsai, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Ilaria Urbinati and Eric Ray Davidson, Chase and Brandon Utley.