Finding an abandoned baby in the mountains of the San Gabriel Valley inspired Azita Milanian to create the “Children of One Planet” Foundation. To learn more about this amazing and life altering experience, go to About Azita and Her Amazing Story.
The ”Children of One Planet” Foundation is a non-profit organization that promotes the well-being and health of children from all over the world.
If you would like to help support her cause and raise funds for children around the world, the Tosca 2000 Fashion and Dance Show Video is available to purchase. All net proceeds from this video will go towards the “Children of One Planet” Foundation.
For more information, please email Azita at email@example.com
February 24, 2000
"On behalf of the needy families and children we serve, please accept my thanks for coordinating yet another successful fundraising event. Your consistent, perennial events have indeed made a difference in the lives of many needy children. ... As you know, we are always impressed and energized by the caring and outreach of individuals like you."
March 10, 1998
"The event you successfully accomplished.. raised funds for the programs of Save the Children, specifically our Children of War Project ... On behalf of those children -- and especially the children who are victims of war, conflict, and civil strife (including the ravages of landmines) for whom we designated the funds you raised, we are grateful that you chose to share your time, talent and commitment to making the evening such a success ... Thank you again for supporting Save the Children."
June 25, 1997
"On behalf of the children and families Save the Children serves, please accept my profound thanks for supporting an event on June 5, at Stepping Out/TOSCA, which raised funds for our humanitarian assistance work in Rwanda. The children of the beleaguered area have special needs -- from food and medical assistance to locating their families. Save the Children continues to help them, and we will remain in the area with strong efforts to help families build new live in new locations or return to their original villages. It is a complex and tragic situation, but your interest and caring will truly help us make positive changes for those people. ... Thank you again ... we are always encouraged and energized when people like you reach out to those who need help. Your confidence in our work is inspiring, and we are grateful."
A Letter From Buckingham Palace-July 23, 1998
The Royal Princess was very interested to learn of the work done by Azita Milanian for “Save the Children Fund” and was particularly moved to read of the rescue of the baby..(Click here to download entire letter)