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By steph

The biggest and brightest celebrities from reality television will band together with Reality Cares on Saturday, June 30th at Joseph’s in Hollywood to raise money and awareness for Operation Smile. Hosted by the notorious reality TV queen Janice Dickinson, the “Reality All-Stars” affair will feature fabulous food, drinks, silent auction and a VIP meet and greet with everyone’s much loved reality stars. Entertainment to feature Teddy’s celebrity DJ Mike Palmieri spinning the beats with sensational live musical performances by Frenchie Davis, Sabrina Sloan, Stevie Jewel and many more.

About Reality Cares

Reality Cares was founded with the support of the reality television industry to respond to some of the most critical issues facing the world today. We help raise awareness and funds for important causes such as AIDS research and education, disaster relief, creative arts, drunk driving and much more. Thanks to the talent and compassion of many reality television executives who donate money and volunteer time on our behalf, we continue to broaden our reach to help those in need. Reality Cares is a 100% volunteer organization that relies on the generous donation of time and efforts of many individuals. For more information please visit

About Operation Smile

Founded in 1982, Operation Smile, headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, is a worldwide children’s medical charity whose network of global volunteers are dedicated to helping improve the health and lives of children and young adults. Since its founding, Operation Smile has treated more than 100,000 children born with cleft lips, cleft palates and other facial deformities. In addition to contributing free medical treatment, Operation Smile trains local medical professionals in its 25 partner countries and leaves behind crucial equipment to lay the groundwork for long-term self-sufficiency. Operation Smile commemorates its 25th Anniversary with a year-long, multi-faceted series of initiatives to promote sustainability and capacity-building among its 25 mission countries. The year-long anniversary celebration will culminate in November 2007, with the World Journey of Smiles, 40 simultaneous missions in 25 countries, with a goal of providing new smiles and new lives for an estimated 5,000 children living with facial deformities. For more information please visit:

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