In the past couple of years, Demi Lovato has become a real advocate for mental health. The 22-year-old started really giving back the help she was given in 2011 -while she was in treatment herself- by partnering with CAST Recovery and creating The Lovato Scholarship in honor of her father, Patrick Lovato, who passed away in part due to untreated mental health and addiction issues in June 2013. The Lovato Scholarship covers expenses for individuals struggling with mental health and/or addiction issues, including the costs of CAST’s Transitional Living and clinical services provided through CAST’s Outpatient Program.
Now, the singer/songwriter is ready to do even more! And in order to do that, Lovato just announced her very first Annual Lovato Scholarship Benefit!
On March 18th, Lovato will guide her guests through “an intimate evening of conversation and music,” at The Troubadour in Los Angeles, CA.
Speakers and performers set to appear include Christina Perri, Bea Miller, Sirah, Khloe Kardashian, Lance Bass and Perez Hilton, while Joe Jonas is set to DJ the evening.
Tickets are available at AdventuresInWonderland.com and include entry to the exclusive fundraiser event where all profits go to The Lovato Scholarship Fund.