The Bobbi Kristina Serenity House (BKSH)—named in honor of Bobbi Kristina Brown and founded by her father, Grammy Award-winning singer and entertainer; and her stepmother, Alicia Etheredge-Brown—will hold its second annual “Celebration of Serenity” gala and golf tournament fundraiser at the Woodland Hills Country Club in Woodland Hills, California, on Sunday, November 3 and Monday, November 4, respectively.
BKSH is a nonprofit organization that was created in 2015 to support and be a safe haven for domestic victims of all ages, both male and female; Bobbi Kristina was herself a victim of domestic abuse.
The gala will be hosted by comedian, producer and actor Chris Spencer, and celebs including Ray Parker Jr., Macy Gray, Marla Gibbs and Howard Hewitt will be in attendance. Guitarist and singer-songwriter Jonathan Butler, The Unit and Grammy Award winner Mike Phillips will be among the musical guests. For their charitable work through the LadyLike Foundation and the Harold Pump Foundation, Leah and Dana Pump will receive the “Courage of Honor Award”; D.L. Hughley will receive the “Courage of Voice Award” for his work in autism education.
Hughley, Spencer, comedian Alex Thomas and actor Chris Butler are expected at the golf event the following day.
For more information, visit bobbikristinaserenityhouse.org.