‘Artists for Oth­ers’ to per­form for Agape In­ter­na­tional Mis­sions

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On April 3, Grammy Award-win­nerAmy Grant will per­form with other guest mu­si­cians when Eau Palm Beach Re­sort & Spa hosts “Artists for Oth­ers,” a ben­e­fit for Agape In­ter­na­tional Mis­sions (AIM).

Grant has been awarded a star on the Hol­ly­woodWalk of Fame and re­ceived 25 Gospel Mu­sic As­so­ci­a­tion Dove Awards. Join­ing her will be Kip Winger, Lin­coln Brew­ster, Bud­dyHy­att, Cel­ica West­brook, T.G. Shep­pard, Danny Gokey and Kelly Lang. “Artists for Oth­ers” will also fea­ture Lisa Co­hen of the CNN Free­dom Project, Brid­get and Don Brew­ster of AIM, Ken Peter­son of 3Strands and artist David Garibaldi.

“Eau Palm Beach Re­sort & Spa is proud to present this im­pres­sive lineup of talent as we raise funds for AIM, which res­cues chil­dren from sex traf­fick­ing,” said Eva Hill, pres­i­dent of Bri­tan­nia Pa­cific Prop­er­ties.

She added, “’Artists for Oth­ers’ is our way of giv­ing back to the com­mu­nity. The AIM ben­e­fit April 3 will kick off other char­i­ta­ble per­for­mances to be held ev­ery year at Eau Palm Beach Re­sort & Spa. Guests will en­joy a mag­i­cal night of mu­sic, up close and per­sonal, with these tal­ented artists. All of the artists are per­form­ing at the ben­e­fit with­out a fee be­cause they love chil­dren and want to do all that they can to help AIM.”

AIM was founded in Cam­bo­dia in 1989 as a hu­man­i­tar­ian aid and church plant­ing or­ga­ni­za­tion in Cam­bo­dia. Since 2005, the or­ga­ni­za­tion has fo­cused on end­ing the child sex­ual slav­ery. AIM takes a holis­tic ap­proach of fight­ing traf­fick­ing, restor­ing vic­tims and trans­form­ing com­mu­ni­ties, in or­der to de­feat traf­fick­ing.

The evening will in­clude a cock­tail re­cep­tion with hors d’oeu­vres and a dessert buf­fet. Tick­ets are $250 per per­son or $2,000 for a VIP ta­ble. Spe­cially priced ho­tel ac­com­mo­da­tions are avail­able for those at­tend­ing the event.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call Ali­son Votaw at 561-540-4994 or email Ali­son.Votaw@ EauPalmBeach.com.

John Pat­ten, left, and Jennifer Ken­well

Becky Moore, left, and Becca An­der­son

R. Michael King, left, and Sherry Sch­lueter

Pho­tos by Lu­cien Cape­hart Pho­tog­ra­phy

Elaine Taule, left, and Sarah Kubrick

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