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Jen Lilley Hosting Celebrity Bowling Event This Sunday to Benefit Childhelp


Days of our Lives star Jen Lilley is hosting Stars Strike Out Child Abuse (#StarsStrikeOutChildAbuse), a celebrity bowling tournament on Sunday, October 19 to benefit Childhelp, a leading national non-profit organization dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect.

Lilley will be joined at the event by past and present Days of our Lives stars as well as other well-known actors (see the full list below).

Days of our Lives stars scheduled to appear:
Aloma Wright (Scrubs, Days of our Lives)
Billy Flynn (Days of our Lives)
Camila Banus (Wishin’ & Hopin’, Days of our Lives, One Life to Live)
Casey Moss (Days of our Lives)
Chrishell Stause (Days of our Lives, All My Children)
Jade Harlow (Days of our Lives, The Bay, Youthful Daze)
Jen Lilley (Days of our Lives, The Artist)
Judi Evans (Days of our Lives)
Kassie DePaiva (Days of our Lives, One Life to Live)
Kate Mansi (Days of our Lives)
Kristian Alfonso (Days of our Lives)
Lauren Bowls (Days of our Lives)
Lauren Koslow (Days of our Lives)
Patrika Darbo (Step by Step, Days of our Lives, Miss Behave)
Robert Scott Wilson (Days of our Lives, All My Children)
True O’Brien (Days of our Lives)

Other celebrities attending:
Finola Hughes (General Hospital, Charmed)
Gerald Hopkins (General Hospital)
Nathan Kress (iCarly, Into the Storm)
Gregory Zarian (General Hospital, Revenge, Chasing Life)
Haley Pullos (General Hospital)
Ian Buchanan (General Hospital)
Boo Boo Stewart (Twilight, X-Men)
Kelly Sullivan (The Young and the Restless, Henry Danger, General Hospital)

The Stars Strike Out Child Abuse event will be held October 19, 2014 from 4-7 p.m. at the Pinz Bowling Center (12655 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City, CA). Visit donate.childhelp.org/page/contribute/stars-strike-out-child-abuse for more information and to donate.

Founded in 1959 by Sara O'Meara and Yvonne Fedderson, Childhelp's approach focuses on prevention, intervention and treatment. The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline, 1-800-4-A-CHILD®, operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and receives calls from throughout the United States, Canada, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Guam. Childhelp's programs and services also include residential treatment services (villages); children's advocacy centers; therapeutic foster care; group homes; child abuse prevention, education and training; and the National Day of Hope®, part of National Child Abuse Prevention Month every April. Several of Childhelp's programs were firsts, and continue to be studied by professionals worldwide as "models that work." Sara O'Meara and Yvonne Fedderson continue to actively lead the organization and provide its vision, serving as Chairman/CEO and President, respectively. To find out more, visit childhelp.org.

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