Foundation salutes TV execs

Falvey, Frank, Dungey honored for mentoring and tutoring

It takes a lot to get any kid through college, let alone those in schools with high dropout rates.

Since 1987, the I Have a Dream Foundation — Los Angeles has “adopted” nearly 1,000 students in underprivileged schools, providing them with mentoring and tutoring programs from third to 12th grade and scholarship coin after graduation.

On Sunday, the org will salute DreamWorks TV toppers Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank and ABC drama development exec Channing Dungey with its Dream Keeper Award for their support of its work. “Private Practice” star Amy Brenneman will emcee the 14th annual Dreamers Brunch at the Skirball Cultural Center.

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