GEEZER BUTLER's Wife To Be Honored At LAST CHANCE FOR ANIMALS' 35th-Anniversary Fundraising Gala

September 3, 2019

Gloria Butler, music manager and wife of BLACK SABBATH's Geezer Butler, will be honored at international non-profit Last Chance for Animals' (LCA) star-studded 35th-anniversary fundraising gala, set to take place on Saturday, October 19 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

The "Glamorous Hollywood Night"-themed event honors prominent individuals who have made a positive impact for animals around the world. Recreating the glamour and excitement of a bygone era, the gala will feature celebrity red carpet arrivals, cocktail reception with vegan hors d'oeuvres, a vegan dinner, awards program, live entertainment and dancing.

LCA's founder and president Chris DeRose is proud to announce this year's honorees:

* Kim Basinger, award-winning actress ("LA Confidential", "Batman", "9 1/2 Weeks") and passionate animal advocate, will receive the "Albert Schweitzer Award."
* Donna D'Errico, actress, model and ardent animal activist, will be awarded the "Celebrity Activist Award."
* Gloria Butler will receive the "Sam Simon Award," named after "The Simpsons" co-creator and LCA's devoted supporter, the late Sam Simon.

Last Chance for Animals (LCA) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating animal exploitation through education, investigations, legislation, and public awareness campaigns. Since its formation in 1984, LCA has succeeded as one of the nation's pioneer animal advocacy groups. LCA's educational and public outreach programs have empowered the public to make positive changes for animals in their communities.

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