It was an inspiring and powerful evening in Beverly Hills where guests joined the International Medical Corps Annual Awards Celebration to Honor Lionsgate for 2014. Among the guests included the International Medical Corps Global Ambassador Sienna Miller, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Teri Hatcher, Sanaa Lathan, Jena Malone, Sasha Alexander, Tara Summers and more who attended to give their support toward the group and its efforts.
Miller arrived to the event showcasing her fresh new bob on the red carpet wearing an Erdem burgundy dress and Phillip Lim black patent leather shoes. She snapped shots along side International Medical Corps President & CEO Nancy Aossey and Founder Dr. Bob Simon. Aossey and Simon also gathered with star supporters Sigler, Hatcher, Alexander, Lathan and Malone.
Also seen rocking a chic bob on the carpet was Hatcher who could not stop playing with her recently dyed hair she had done prior to the event by Matrix Celebrity Stylist George Papanikolas. She was raving about the ammonia free color he used from the Matrix ColorInsider line. Her deep new hue went perfectly with her velvet black dress and pointed Christian Louboutin pumps. “This organization does such great work and really always is the first to respond to any disaster, which is something that does not go unnoticed,” Hatcher mentioned while expressing her gratitude toward the International Medical Corps.
Sigler’s sleek pony complimented her powder-gray dress as well as her arm candy, boyfriend Cutter Dykstra. Malone kept her lips sealed on the carpet about any insight for the upcoming film “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” coming out in 2015. Malone was draped in a trendy cape over a two-piece sequin ensemble. “All I can say is [the movie] definitely keeps getting better!” Malone said.
During the ceremony Miller gave special remarks at the ceremony on her recent trip to Lebanon with International Medical Corps where she visited with Syrian refugee families. She has also visited the organization’s programs in Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti and Ethiopia. “It has been a privilege to be a part of this group and it is important to acknowledge its members and everyone who steps forward to be there first whenever help is needed,” Miller mentioned while expressing her gratitude toward the International Medical Corps.
Guests joined in a cocktail reception before proceeding to the ballroom for dinner and the ceremony award presentations from International Medical Corps, Miller, Tindiolo Grace Losio (Founder Award recipient), Lionsgate representatives Michael Burns and Rob Friedman (Global Champion Awards recipients) and words from the Women’s Luncheon Committee.
Celebrating its 30th year, Los Angeles-based International Medical Corps has delivered more than $1.8 billion in health care services and training to those hardest hit by natural disaster, conflict, famine and disease in more than 70 countries worldwide. International Medical Corps is currently responding to humanitarian emergencies including the Ebola outbreak in West Africa; the regional refugee crisis caused by the conflict in Syria; as well as an ongoing displacement and hunger emergency in South Sudan, among many others. For more information visit https://InternationalMedicalCorps.org