Charlie's Angels Reloaded: Stewart Family Host Holiday Fund-Raising Concert to Honor Late Father and Benefit Children in Need
Los Angeles, CA (November 8, 2012) -- This year, the title Charlie's Angels will use an old idea and give it a new twist. Charlie's Angels will use their "powers" to aid children in need instead of fighting crime.
On Saturday, December 1, 2012, Charlie's Angels, a unique family with gifts ranging from singing, acting, praise dancing, rapping and producing will yield their talents to giving back. The family will host a concert at the New Antioch Church of God in Christ. Pastor Jeffrey Martin Lewis is the Pastor, and the Church is located at 7826 South Vermont Avenue Los Angles, California.
Charlie's Angels are the children and grandchildren of the late Charlie Stewart Jr., who passed away in 2001. In honor of Charlie, the family is performing a concert to raise funds that will benefit the HERITAGE HOUSE GROUP HOME, a nonprofit organization founded in 1991. Heritage House Group Home houses teens ages 13-18, that have experienced abandonment, those that are rebellious, have been sexually abused/assaulted, parent neglect and the list goes on.
Charlie, originally from Texas, dropped out of school when he was 13 years old to help his mother care for his 9 siblings. Charlie and wife, Mrs. Jessie Stewart, married at the tender ages of 20 and 16, respectively. Shortly after, Mrs. Stewart gave birth to their first child, Evelyn, and the family relocated to California a year after her birth. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart went on to have 8 more children. Charlie worked at Ellay Rubber Company as a Millman for 33 years, he raised and cared for his nine children and ensured they lacked nothing.
Charlie's Angels says their father taught them even with limited resources, they can always find a way to give and inspire others to do the same. They comment, "He always told us that little becomes much when it's placed in the hands of someone who has nothing. Our goal for this concert is to not only honor the legacy of our dad, but show the children at the Heritage House Group Home, that we care. Maria Serratos, the Program Administrator at the Heritage House Group Home says the children are excited about the concert. The funds raised will provide food and clothing and we want to ensure all of the children at the Heritage House Group Home have a blessed Holiday Season."
Performing at the concert are Cynthia Simons, Keith Stewart, Dana Necole Brown, Mother Jessie Stewart, Maurice Chavis and other family members.
For more information, please contact Evelyn Stewart at 770-827-6906
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