Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) April 08, 2009 -- On April 10th, Hayley Marie Norman, star of Sony Screen Gems âFired Up!,â is set to volunteer at the Los Angeles Mission amongst other celebrities and volunteers.
Norman shares, âI love to volunteer when I can, and being able to help out the less fortunate this Easter holiday gives me such joy. The LA Mission is great and I respect them for all they do.â
Celebrities, TV and radio personalities and other volunteers will provide over 3,000 hot meals for the homeless and hundreds of Easter baskets will be given to the children. In addition, the Los Angeles Mission Community Clinic will set up a station to clean the feet of our homeless guests.
For more media inquiries or interview requests for Hayley Marie Norman, please contact Mona Loring at firstname.lastname@example.org or (818) 706-8080.
About Hayley Marie Norman
Hayley Marie Norman stars as Angela among AnnaLynne McCord and Sarah Roemer in Sony Pictures Screen Gemsâ hot new comedy "Fired Up" out on February 20th. Sheâs been busy-- the movie follows up her recent recurring role on the television series "Crash" produced by Don Cheadle and Paul Haggis, based on the Oscar-winning film. Hayley can also be seen in "Trailer Park of Terror" based on the popular Imperium Comic and she just booked action flick âNephilimâ directed by Danny Wilson. Throughout 2006 and 2007, Hayley landed roles on TV shows such as: âThe Young and The Restless,â âShark,â âStudio 60 on the Sunset Strip,â âSons & Daughters,â and appeared in feature films including âNorbitâ and âCordially Invited.â Â Yet the project that first made Hayley a household name was the hit NBC TV show, âDeal or No Dealâ hosted by Howie Mandel. Â
About The Los Angeles Mission
The Los Angeles Mission is a nonprofit organization serving the homeless living on the streets of downtownâs Skid Row. Faithfully, for more than 70 years, we have saved many lives and have had a profound impact on thousands of others by providing compassionate, humanitarian services to those in desperate need.