ICM’s Chris Silbermann and producer Julia Franz will host one fundraiser. Another, at a nightclub, costs $1,000 for “friends”
Hillary Clinton is hitting up the Hollywood ATM with two glitzy fundraisers later this month.
TheWrap previously reported that the former secretary of state will be in Los Angeles on March 24 for a fundraising trip, but the details were a bit vague. Now those details are in.
Recently obtained invitations show that the first event is being held at the Santa Monica home of ICM Partners co-founder Chris Silbermann, and his wife, producer Julia Franz, whose credits include TBS’ “Men at Work” and NBC’s “State of Affairs” and “Scrubs.”
The Hollywood power couple also hosted a fundraiser for President Obama last year.
The fundraiser will be held from 3 to 5 p.m., with “Champion” tickets going for $2,700. “Co-hosts” who raise $10,000 will get to attend a “host reception” with Clinton, while those who raise $27,000 get to attend the reception and also score a “membership in Hillary for America Finance Committee.”
After that, Clinton will be heading to another event, this time at the Avalon Hollywood nightclub. The time is still to be determined, according to the invite.
Those wanting to attend that fundraiser will have to shell out $500 a pop. “Friends” need to pay $1,000 and “co-hosts” must raise $10,000.
This will be Clinton’s eighth fundraising visit to Los Angeles since announcing her presidential bid last April. The trip will take place two days after the Utah and Arizona primaries and the Idaho caucuses.
Last month, Clinton held a series of fundraisers in L.A., including one at the home of producer Ellen Goldsmith Vein and her husband, MarketShare CEO Jon Vein.