Germany Kent Lends Support to City Gala's 3rd Annual Star-Studded Philanthropy Celebration on Oscars Night

© David Livingston/Getty Images UNIVERSAL CITY, CA - MARCH 4: Germany Kent attends City Gala's third annual Philanthropy Oscars Night Celebration held at Universal Studios Hollywood on March 4.
On the evening of the Academy Awards, City Gala hosted its 3rd Annual mega humanitarian event at Universal Studios Hollywood with special guest Star TV Personality, Actress, Producer, Best-selling author and Humanitarian Germany Kent, who lended her support for philanthropy. This star-studded, invitation event offered a black tie dinner, and live entertainment.  
 
The event was held in conjunction with Oscars Night activities, and featured multiple celebrity keynotes, a celebrity poker tournament, live action, and honor ceremony. The exclusive guest list has included Academy Award winners and nominees, Emmy winning presenters and a number of internationally known stars.
 
Kent is a multiple Award Winning Humanitarian who was recently honored with the prestigious "Global Philanthropy Award" from Empower Magazine. The Iron Man Wonder Woman Foundation awarded Kent its "Trailblazer Award" for 2017. She received the award at a gala dinner in Atlanta, Georgia in recognition of her tireless work with youth, commitment to helping others and leading by example, and the fact that she embodies a positive spirit while doing so. In July 2017, Kent received the "Humanitarian of the Year" Award at the Kidz Rock Awards in an Atlanta ceremony. Kent is also the recipient of a Lifetime Community Service Award from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. The Star TV Personality will be honored on July 15th in Atlanta with the coveted "Humanitarian of the Year" Award at the International Trailblazer Awards. She is a graduate of The University of Alabama and Mississippi State University, both have recognized Kent as a distinguished alumna. 
 

“It was such a magical evening to be surrounded by so many humanitarians and industry executives who have decided to be a vessel of hope and support to humanity, and the fact that it was on Oscars Night meant so much to be in the midst of many of Hollywood’s biggest names. Although fun, the bigger goal [for me] is always to be at the forefront of giving back and doing the most good which [to me] means making a positive impact in my community, which is ultimately what will be well-remembered. That is what I want my legacy to be,” Kent said. “I was so very humbled and honored to have been invited to attend.”

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