PHOTOS: Julie Bowen Hosts Holiday Event For Children In Need!

baby2babyModern Family star, Julie Bowen, made over 40 children’s day special yesterday, November 20th. The actress, along with actress Elizabeth Berkley, hosted a special playdate for underprivileged children from a local community that Baby2Baby, a non-profit organization that helps low income children with their needs, serves at the Baby2Baby headquarters in Los Angeles.

The headquarters was a winter wonderland holiday party filled with special holiday themed activities, entertainment and essential gifts. And at the end of the holiday party, each child received a personalized bag of basic necessities and thoughtful holiday gifts to open on Christmas Day.

This fantastic wonderland party was sponsored by an online stationery boutique known as Tiny Prints. Stationery designer, Jill Smith, was requested to create the Tiny Prints Baby2Baby Holiday Card Collection, a first time ever collection, with part of the proceeds benefiting Baby2Baby.

“I am so grateful to have the opportunity to design Baby2Baby’s holiday cards for Tiny Prints,” said Jill Smith, Tiny Prints stationery designer. “The Collection was inspired by sentiments of gratitude and drawn with an artistic painterly motif. As a mother of two, I believe in Baby2Baby’s mission of helping children, and during this holiday season, I feel so fortunate to use my talent as a designer for Tiny Prints to give back to families in need.”

With their request fulfilled, Baby2Baby’s co-president Noarh Weinstein stated, “This is Baby2Baby’s first holiday collection, and we are we are so delighted to partner with Tiny Prints. Our supporters will be thrilled that their gorgeous, personalized holiday cards are also furthering our mission of giving back.”

You can learn more about Baby2Baby’s mission by going to http://baby2baby.org/. If you’re looking for a beautiful holiday card collection this year, check out Tiny Prints Bab2Baby cards by going HERE.

Check out fantastic photos from the event below!

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