SOURCE: Feed Our Children

GYRO's 4-D Fear Factory Haunted House Attraction

October 30, 2009 16:03 ET

Feed Our Children and GYRO's 4-D Fear Factory Support Bay Area Charities in Conjunction With Hollywood Celebrities

Haunted House Charity Event Held at Raging Waters a Great Success

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwire - October 30, 2009) - The first charity event held by Feed Our Children, a new Bay Area non-profit organization, and GYRO's 4-D Fear Factory, on October 8th, 2009, was a tremendous success. The two groups provided over 1,000 tickets to six local charities, enabling youth and their families to attend the Grand Opening of GYRO's 4-D Fear Factory, a Haunted House attraction taking place at Raging Waters in San Jose through October 31st, 2009.

"Feed Our Children places special focus on working with low income families because, equipped with the proper resources, families have the power to help other families -- and entire communities -- escape poverty," said Dan Nelson, Executive Director of Feed Our Children. "Feed Our Children will create and organize yearly events that will benefit our local youth with the things they need to grow and thrive into active members of our community."

Attending the Grand Opening of GYRO's 4-D Fear Factory in support of the charities were celebrity guests Daniel Baldwin (Cold Case/The Closer/NYPD Blue), Jeremy Ray Valdez (La Mission), Walter Perez (Fame) and Jonathan Bennet (Mean Girls).

Tickets, worth $29,950, were provided to youth and their families from the following charities:

--  Silicon Valley FACES
--  Variety Children's Charity of Northern California
--  HealthTrust
--  Mayor's Gang Prevention Task Force
--  Stanford Blood Center
--  Family Supportive Housing
    

ABOUT FEED OUR CHILDREN

Feed Our Children is an all volunteer organization committed to producing fundraising events year round to feed, educate, heal, house and help the children and their families of the Bay Area. The charity creates and organizes yearly events that will benefit Bay Area children with the things they need to grow and thrive into active members of our community.

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