The Rape Foundation’s Annual Brunch Honors Judd Apatow

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Actress Leslie Mann, honoree Judd Apatow and actress/writer Lena Dunham attend The Rape Foundation's annual brunch at Greenacres, The Private Estate of Ron Burkle on October 4, 2015
Actress Leslie Mann, honoree Judd Apatow and actress/writer Lena Dunham attend The Rape Foundation’s annual brunch at Greenacres, The Private Estate of Ron Burkle on October 4, 2015

Photo Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images for The Rape Foundation

Judd Apatow was the guest of honor at the Rape Foundation’s Annual Brunch on Sunday at Green Acres, the Beverly Hills home of Ron Burkle. 

The producer was flanked by wife Leslie Mann and daughters Iris and Maude at the organization’s annual brunch. The event is held to benefit The Rape Treatment Center and Stuart House at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center, which provides state-of-the-art care for rape victims and sexually abused children, and prevention education programs in our community and across the country.

The event was MC’d by David Schwimmer and attended by Lena Dunham (Girls), Jane Fonda (Grace and Frankie), Sarah Paulson (American Crime Story), Christina Hendricks (Mad Men), Beth Behrs (2 Broke Girls), Michael Gladis (Mad Men), Diane Warren, Lionel Richie, Sara Ramirez (Grey’s Anatomy), KaDee Strickland (Secrets and Lies), Eric McCormack (Perception), Tamara Taylor (Bones), Rosanna Arquette (Ray Donovan) and Taylor Armstrong (The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills), among other notable guests.                       

The Rape Foundation funds comprehensive, state-of-the-art treatment for sexual assault victims—children and adults—including 24-hour emergency medical treatment and forensic services, advocacy, professional counseling, and court accompaniment; prevention programs that reach 20,000 middle school, high school, and college students each year; professional training programs for police, prosecutors, victim advocates, medical care providers, and school personnel to enhance the treatment victims receive wherever they turn for help; and Stuart House—an innovative, internationally recognized model program created to serve the special needs of child victims. All of these services are free.

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