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PADRES National Spokespersons, Eva Longoria & Beto Cuevas along with PADRES supporter Peter Villegas will chair this year's weekend-long celebration of HOPE at The Ventian | The Palazzo Las Vegas.

Opportunities for individual ticket purchases to the “White Party” Awards Ceremony & sponsorship packages that allow for company branding are available. Weekend activities include spa treatments, a star-studded awards ceremony, an after-party & Sunday brunch.

The awards ceremony will bring together more than 350 celebrity supporters, leaders in business, entertainment and philanthropy in support of PADRES’ mission.


A Weekend-long Celebration of HOPE
August 19th-21st

The Ventian | The Palazzo
Las Vegas, Nevada

Cocktail Attire.
Must be 21 and bring a valid ID.
Valet Parking Available

* time subject to change


Event Chair:
Eva Longoria

PADRES National Spokesperson

Television viewers are accustomed to seeing Eva Longoria as a desperate housewife searching for happiness in all the wrong places. But during her recent visit to a local pediatric cancer center, fans became privy to the person behind the glamour.

As the first national spokesperson for PADRES, Longoria, who plays the role of Gabrielle Solis in the hit primetime ABC MORE

Event Chair:
Beto Cuevas

PADRES National Spokesperson,
Hispanic Market

BETO CUEVAS born in Santiago de Chile, but immigrated and spent his childhood in Caracas, Venezuela, and adolescence in Montreal, Canada. As a result, Beto speaks and writes in 3 languages: French, English and Spanish.

It was in 1988 when back in Santiago, Chile, Beto met Mauricio Claveria, drummer of MORE

Event CoChair:
Peter Villegas

The Coca- Cola Company
Vice President Office of Latin Affairs

Peter R. Villegas is Vice President of Latin Affairs of the western region for The Coca-Cola Company. In his position, Mr. Villegas establishes and manages the execution of local, regional and national strategies that position The Coca-Cola Company as a leading corporate citizen in the U.S. Hispanic community. Responsibilities include establishing and MORE

George Lopez

PADRES Ambassador

Actor and comedian George Lopez was born April 23, 1961 in Mission Hills, California. Abandoned by his mother, he used his painful experiences as material for his stand up comedy. By the late 1980s, Lopez was playing clubs around the country and appearing on television shows and comedy specials. Lopez received a kidney transplant in 2005. He is currently regarded as a top comedian MORE



It is only through the generosity of individuals like you that PADRES can sustain its never-ending quest of the fight against childhood cancer. Please make a donation today and help support PADRES' mission to improve the quality of life for Latino children with cancer and their families.

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