Kim Kreiss and Patrycja Siewert-Towns founded Project Green 501c3 in order to raise money for unending children causes

LOS ANGELES, CA, July 14, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Project Green announces their return to The Petersen Automotive Museum in Hollywood to host their annual gifting lounge and benefit in honor of the Emmy Awards. The event will take place during the upcoming Emmy Awards Weekend September 9th – 10th, lucky Hollywood VIP’s will attend “The Retreat To Benefit Project Green & Muse Holliday Finance House”, a private lounge where celebrities, media and hollywood elite can enjoy music, custom cocktails and relax between their busy award weekend schedules. Kim Kreiss and Patrycja Siewert-Towns founded Project Green 501c3 in order to raise money for unending children causes.

At “The Retreat benefiting Project Green” filmmaker guests will enjoy the Muse Holliday Finance House & Happy Hours. Producer Heather Holliday explains, “invite-only” guests will be introduced to companies that offer solutions for the filmmaker & filmmaking accelerators.

Kim Kreiss, Producer and Project Green 501c3 co-founder “I have been attached to many charity affiliations & honors including The American Red Cross, Spielberg/Starlight Starbright Children’s Foundation, and The Creative Coalition. I know what a positive impact a charity can make. As Project Green co-founder I keep very busy evaluating and contributing to worthy childrens causes.”

Patrycja Towns adds “We are very excited about this years events that bring awareness for the charity, helping us help the kids.”

More about Project Green:
Their mission is to foster environmental education in future generations with a sponsor program that allows underserved children and youth in foster care to attend summer camp. They partner with summer camps that offer a plethora of interests including music, aquatics, marine life, organic gardening & lifestyle, equestrian therapeutics and more. They are always adding new summer camps to our list.

In development is the Project Green “Back to Basics” Summer Camp which will provide green living enrichment and education building self-esteem and awareness of the environment by incorporating challenging and fun activities for their campers.

Additionally, Project Green will invest in a “Green Space Initiative” which includes re-purposing land by creating both urban & rural organic gardens and parks, initially within the Southeastern United States and expansion into other regions.

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