Hosted by Niecy Nash, a total of nine stars were recognized for their charitable work at last weekend’s fourth annual Television Industry Advocacy Awards benefiting The Creative Coalition. TCL was there to support the esteemed honorees, which included Debra Messing, Patricia Heaton, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Sawyer Garrity and Andrea Peña of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Mädchen Amick, Abigail Disney, Bill Prady and Sela Ward.
The Creative Coalition honors those who work in television and maximize their unique platforms in the entertainment industry to bring about positive social welfare impact.
Joining the Television Industry Advocacy Awards was a natural fit for TCL as we couldn’t be more excited to honor those who use their advantages to help those in need. Through our #TCLcares initiative, TCL is also committed to finding ways to give back to the communities we serve.
With September being Childhood Cancer Awareness month, we are doing our part to shine the spotlight on the Emilio Nares Foundation. This incredible organization helps underserved families navigate through their child’s journey with cancer, providing programs to aid a child’s best chance of recovery. We even had the organization’s founder, Emilio Nares, present as our guest at the TV Advocacy Awards to share the red carpet with other notable change-makers.
It was a wonderful evening that we were thrilled to be a part of it to honor small screen stars who are doing important work off-screen.