As many of you probably know, Alyssa’s birthday is only seven days away! On her twitter account, Lyssa has shared her birthday wish: and you can contribute! Her hope is to raise $38,000 to fund clean water projects in developing countries – and she has already raised $11,585 so far, by getting donations from more than 60 fans. Now you can contribute as well – head over here for more information 😀
Alyssa Milano has spent a huge portion of her life on television, starring in two long running series: Who’s the Boss and Charmed, both of which lasted eight seasons. She has also had roles in shows ranging from Melrose Place to My Name is Earl and she most recently starred in ABC’s short-lived comedy Romantically Challenged. Alyssa’s latest project is SUNDAYS AT TIFFANY’S, a Lifetime Original Movie based on the
Actress Alyssa Milano is going to introduce her new Penguins-themed women’s clothing line Friday night at Consol Energy Center when the team takes on the Carolina Hurricanes. She will take part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Penguins CEO David Morehouse. The new clothing designed for female Penguins fans is part of the “Touch by Alyssa Milano” women’s fashion collection. The special store inside the arena will be known as the
As we reported in an article posted below our welcome post, Alyssa attented The Drop in the Bucket ‘Cause on the Rocks’ fundraiser presented by Causecast on October 19! Well, we now have some gorgeous images in our galleries for you! Our Alyssa even hosted the event, which was held at the Viceroy Santa Monica. For more information on the event, make sure you read the article by scrolling down!
The Drop in the Bucket ‘Cause on the Rocks’ fundraiser presented by Causecast was hosted by esteemed actress, designer and philanthropist Alyssa Milano at the Viceroy Santa Monica on Tuesday, October 19. The evening raised funds and awareness for Drop in the Bucket’s work improving the health and safety of children in Africa by bringing clean water wells and specially designed Eco-sanitation systems to African schools, particularly those regions such