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Stevie Wonder Announces House Full of Hope benefit concert for EIF’s Fire Fund

Los Angeles, CA – November 27, 2018 – Twenty-Five time GRAMMY Award recipient and Oscar winner Stevie Wonder makes a special announcement about this year’s 22nd Annual House Full Of Toys Benefit Concert featuring the STEVIE WONDER SONG PARTY: A Celebration of Life, Love & Music at STAPLES Center on December 9, 2018.

“This year, the holiday season will not be joyful for some in our California family. Many lost lives, property, and dreams. Imagine a holiday after this tragedy. And so, this year, I am combining my Annual House Full of Toys Benefit Concert featuring Song Party, a celebration of life, love and music, with my House Full Of Hope,” said Stevie.

“Along with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), our goal is to raise money in support of all those who suffered loss to the catastrophic fires, to support the amazing firefighters who worked so hard to save lives and homes, and to support the first responders who are always there when we need them.”

Stevie Wonder

R&B superstar Stevie Wonder announced that his 22nd Annual House Full of Toys Benefit Concert will also help raise funds for victims, firefighters and first responders of the recent California Wildfires. (Photo courtesy of Stevie Wonder)

EIF – “We are deeply grateful to Stevie Wonder for giving the gift of his extraordinary music to support those in need this holiday season,” said Entertainment Industry Foundation’s President & CEO Nicole Sexton. “Like Stevie, we are humbled by the work of California’s courageous firefighters and first responders. We are proud to support them through EIF’s crisis response program, Music for Relief, and honored that Stevie has chosen them as one of the beneficiaries of this event.”

This year as part of Stevie’s House Full of Hope, supporters are asked to donate to EIF’s Fire Fund at or text GIVE25 to 50555 to make a $25 contribution.

Also, concertgoers are asked to bring an unwrapped toy or unwrapped gift of joy on behalf of House Full Of Toys to benefit children, people with disabilities and families in need.

Tickets are on sale now at AXS.COM.

For Stevie Wonder please contact:
Shelley Selover

Peter Kadin

For AEG Presents please contact:
Jessica Puchli

For STAPLES Center please contact:
Cara Vanderhook