Levy and Pazanti’s eventful clients

Who's who among organizations helped by firm

Children Affected by AIDS Foundation: Dream Halloween. Children trick-or-treat for toys instead of candy.

Comic Relief: Between 1986 and 1998, the comedy showcase raised more than $50 million.

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation: A Time for Heroes Celebrity Picnic. Since 1990 the event has raised more than $30 million.

EMA Awards: Levy, Pazanti organized first event in 1991 at Ted Field’s home, raising more than $1 million when Sting, Wynton Marsalis, Bruce Springsteen, Herbie Hancock, Bruce Hornsby and Don Henley performed.

Fulfillment Fund: Numerous events, including 2009 Stars Gala honoring Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann that raised $700,000.

Healthy Child, Healthy World: Protecting children from harmful chemicals.

Producers Guild of America: Annual awards show.

Shakespeare Center Los Angeles: Simply Shakespeare event raised $570,000 in 2008.

“Sleepless in Seattle” premiere, 1993: Honoree: Edie Wasserman. First film premiere with $100,000 tables.

Benefit for the Motion Picture & TV Fund: Jeffrey Katzenberg was chair.

USC School of Cinematic Arts: Numerous events.

Women in Film: Crystal + Lucy Awards.

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