The Guild Supports Big Brothers of Los Angeles

big brothers logoThe Guild of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles is an organization that is dedicated to raising funds for the famous mentoring organization. Founded in 1986, the Guild has already raised more than 8 million dollars for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles since the Guild’s inception. The annual luncheon, held on April 27, 2010 honored such notables as Joni Eichenbaum Berry, who is the president of the Eichenbaum Foundation, an organization which has helped countless people through its philanthropic work. The Comedian Norm Crosby presented Ms. Berry with the Sterling Award which honors those whose work has helped those in need.

Sitting on the Board of Trustees of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles and the Inland Empire is Adam Roseman, CEO and founder of ARC China.

Adam Roseman Trustee of Big Brothers

big sisters playingLast April the Guild of Big Brothers Big Sisters presented its annual luncheon in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles and the Inland Empire. The luncheon, which took place at the Beverly Hills Hotel, featured high fashion clothing and accessories from the upscale store Neiman Marcus.

Before the luncheon a boutique sale was held showcasing the high-end wares of a large variety of retailers, spas, salons and jewelers which were donated and whose sale will be donated to the cause of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Also on hand was an Accessories Boutique in which a portion of the sales will also be donated to Big Brothers of Los Angeles.

Among the many stars participating in this event were Jackie Collins and Joanna Poitier, who acted as honorary Chairs, and Laura Lizer the financial management expert and the philanthropist Joni Berry, who were honored at the luncheon.

Adam Roseman serves on the Board of Trustees of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles and the Inland Empire.

Adam Roseman Chairs All-Star Charity Weekend

Adam Roseman, CEO of la_stars_charity-04_1ARC China, Inc. is known almost as well for his commitment to successful, profitable partnerships with domestic Chinese companies as for his commitment to philanthropy through his active involvement in various charitable organizations.

Roseman served as Chairman of the Host Committee for the 2008 LA Stars Celebrity All-Star Charity Weekend.  The weekend is dedicated to raising funds for LA Stars, a charitable organization focused on developing programs to improve communities, access to opportunities, and the lives of at-risk youth and their families in Los Angeles.  Roseman raised a considerable amount of money for the LA Stars organization through private donations and corporate sponsorships while reaching out to promote the weekend’s events to the greater community.

Roseman also sits on the Board of Trustees for Big Brothers Big Sisters Los Angeles, a position which he holds close to his heart.  Having been involved in Big Brothers Big Sisters (“BBBS”) as a “Little Brother” during his formative years, Roseman now gives back to the organization in a big way.  Ever the creative thinker, he thrives on bridging the gap between charities which he is passionate about in order to donate time and efforts to multiple causes contemporaneously.

The LA Stars Celebrity All-Star Charity Weekend, hosted by NBA All-Stars Paul Pierce and Baron Davis, culminated with the widely anticipated NBA All-Star Basketball Games, featuring a full roster of celebrity and professional sports stars.  Tapping into his resources through his ongoing work with BBBS, Roseman organized a contest for youngsters in BBBS to earn the chance at becoming “Ball Kids” for the basketball games and gave four children many memories to treasure for a lifetime.

“My work with charitable organizations is an extremely important part of my life and always has been.  I enjoy giving back in whatever ways I can to enrich the lives of those less fortunate and arm them with the tools necessary to realize their dreams,” said Roseman.