Red Light Management COO Bruce Eskowitz, Radio Disney VP of programming and GM Phil Guerini and Michael L. Klausman, president of CBS Studio Center and SVP of West Coast operations and engineering will be honored Nov. 10 at the T.J. Martell Foundation’s 5th Family Day in L.A.
The music industry triumvirate will feature during the afternoon fundraiser which raises money for leukemia, cancer and AIDS research.
The annual event will have a strong pop music theme. Tapped to perform are Epic Records duo Karmin, “American Idol” finalist Jessica Sanchez, rising performer Megan Nicole and Universal’s girl group Cimorelli.
Singer/songwriter, actor and UNICEF Ambassador Laura Marano will host the activities alongside Disney star and Hollywood Records artist Coco Jones.
Family Day kicks off at 12p.m. and runs until 4p.m. on the CBS Studio Center Back Lot in Studio City. To date, the Family Day festivities have raised close to $5 million for Martell-funded research at 12 hospitals across the country. Last year’s sold-out event in L.A. featured performances by Australian pop singer Cody Simpson among others.
Last month, the T.J. Martell Foundation drew more than 1,500 supporters and raised upwards of $700,000 from its 14th Annual Family Day Event in New York City. The likes of Jason Mraz, Ed Sheeran, Austin Mahone, Emblem3 and Greyson Chance were among the participants.