Josh Flagg and husband Bobby Boyd, stars of “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles,” hosted 120 people at a fundraiser on Sept. 24 at their Beverly Hills home benefitting Project Angel Food.
Flagg and his longtime friend Melissa Rivers co-emceed the event, with singer-songwriter Taylor Dayne performing some of her greatest hits. Flagg had originally offered dinner at his house as an auction item at a Project Angel Food fundraiser in March 2019. The $1,000-per-plate dinner was delayed due to a home remodel, then postponed due to COVID-19.
“Two and a half years later, dinner is finally served,” Flagg joked.
Project Angel Food prepares and delivers more than 1 million medically tailored meals each year to people living with critical illnesses. The agency was founded in 1989 in response to the AIDS crisis, and currently serves more than 2,400 people each day.
“It is good to be back together in person with people who love Project Angel Food and who we are meeting for the first time,” Project Angel Food Executive Director Richard Ayoub said.
“Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” co-stars Josh and Heather Altman, and David and Adrian Parnes, also attended the fundraiser with interior designer and SiriusXM host Jeff Lewis, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Adrienne Maloof, author Carol Higgins Clark, entrepreneur Nikki Haskell and actor Gregory Zarian. Project Angel Food board of directors’ members Takashi Cheng, Steven Entezari and Rodney Gould joined the festivities.
The event was sponsored by Retrouvé and GEARYS Beverly Hills. For information, visit angelfood.org.
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