Sean Moriarty, president of Ticketmaster Entertainment, was honored recently at the fourth annual CoachArt Champions Awards Dinner in Pacific Palisades, CA, for his philanthropic efforts that have significantly improved CoachArt’s ability to help the children it serves.
The event raised more than $400,000. CoachArt is a Los Angeles based non-profit organization that provides therapeutic programs for chronically ill children and adolescents.
“It is a true honor to be recognized by CoachArt,” said Moriarty in a statement. “CoachArt is a valuable organization that provides much-needed therapeutic programs for chronically-ill, and underprivileged children. I am proud to be associated with such an organization.”
“We are extremely grateful for the tremendous turnout we received at this year’s event and are so appreciative of the support from Sean, a truly outstanding individual who embody the spirit of CoachArt,” said Zander Lurie, chairman, CoachArt. “We are big believers in the power of hope and strive to instill this in our young patients we serve through recreation and athletics. We aim to brighten their lives and raise their spirits to help these fighters forget, even for a moment, the battles they face on a daily basis.”
Last Updated on November 26, 2008 by By Jane Cohen & Bob Grossweiner