SHARE (Share Happily and Reap Endlessly) raised more than $1.5 million--$500,000 more than last year--at its 39th annual Boomtown Party May 9 at CBS/MTM Studios. The gala will benefit services for children and others in need. SHARE has helped such organizations as ERAS Center, Exceptional Children's Foundation, Hathaway Children's Services, Pediatric AIDS Foundation, sheltered workshops for the older retarded, recreational programs, and a residential home and art center for the gifted retarded. Rosemary Stack was Boomtown chair, Marilyn Katleman party chair and Corinna Fields is chairman of the board. Pam Korman is SHARE president.
National Conference of Christians and Jews held its 20th annual Real Estate and Construction Industries Humanitarian Awards dinner May 6 at the Beverly Hilton. The gala netted $90,000 to be used to continue community relations seminars and workshops and to promote a positive atmosphere in police-community relations. Peter Ueberroth, leader of the "Rebuild L.A." task force, spoke. Stanley Moore was dinner chair.