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Because REAL QUEENS Make OTHERS Feel Like ROYALTY, our passionate cause ambassadors who are current and past pageant title holders, use their humanitarian efforts to generate donations through  fundraising events. For more information, please check out our Facebook page.


Unforgettable Productions and Crowns for Charity's platform is to raise awareness, communicate the impact of each charity's work, and help to generate financial donations to these charitable organizations throughout the year.



Raise awareness of your cause
•Generate donations
•Increase your supporter & volunteer base
•Communicate the impact of your
  organization's work




  • Fundraising Consulting

  • Cause Ambassadors

  • Opportunity Drawing and Raffle Sales

  • Silent Auction Management

  • Staffing and Volunteer Coordination

  • Guest Registration/Check-In

  • RSVP and Donor Tracking

  • TEXT GIVING Marketing and Campaigns

  • Awards/Trophy Presentation

  • MC/ Awards Ceremony

Allow our Pageant Gladiators to add excitement to your event while maximizing your guests’ donations by educating, encouraging and engaging your charity's supporters. Please contact Crowns for Charity at 818.259.8513 or by email at .

Success is not about what you have accomplished in life, it is about what you inspire others to do!

Heather Whitestone
Miss America 1995

Of all the pageant titlists I have known, Heather Whitestone's journey and contributions touched my heart beyond compare.   She became the first woman with a physical dissability to ever win the coveted Miss America title.  For her talent competition, she performed a classical ballet to Via Delarosa - music she could not hear - by memorizing the music's beats as she felt the vibrations under the stage floor; and then engaged in onstage interview by lip reading Regis Philbin's questions, Heather became the first profoundly deaf woman to be named Miss America.  An inspiration to millions, she successfully promoted her platform, S.T.A.R.S,' Success through Action and Realization of your Dreams', and works tirelessly while serving as a board member of the White House Council on the Disabilities and as a spokesperson for the Starkey Hearing Aid Foundation, the Helen Keller Foundation and the Cochlear Company.

Brittany Oldehoff
Miss Florida USA® 2014


Brittany thoroughly enjoyed all of the the opportunities she was given, and the charities she was fortunate enough to work with as Miss Florida USA.  Brittany believes life is a journey where we must live each day to the fullest, learn from your mistakes, and never let negative circumstances impede your path to success.   Always a daddy's girl, closest to her heart was to help raise money and awareness for the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation because her father died from complications of the disease.


Charlotte Lopez
Miss Teen USA® 1994

 After a troubled childhood, spending sixteen years in foster homes, in 1994, at age 17, she was crowned Miss Teen USA and  adopted into a foster home the very night of her crowning. In 1996, Charlotte wrote a book entitled 'Lost in the System' recounting her struggle since the age of two to find stability within multiple homes and shelters, her triumphant pageant success, and her joyful adoption. She has sinces become a spokesperson for foster children.  


Crystle Stewart
Miss USA® 2008

After placing in runner-up positions at the Miss Texas USA competition several times over, Crystle took home the elusive title on her fifth attempt! Her motto is “The race is not given to the swift nor the strong, but to the one who endureth to the end.”  Crystle, herself, found a lump on her breast which was eventually diagnosed as benign. Her experience is a testament to the importance of early prevention and is an advocate for organizations such as the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, the National Breast Cancer Coalition, and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.


Cassidy Wolf
Miss Teen USA® 2013

Four months before Cassidy was crowned Miss California Teen USA®, she recieved an email that featured naked photographs of herself secretly taken via webcam from a hacker at her school.  For one year, a hacker had spied on Cassidy through her computer's webcam in her bedroom.  After the FBI successfully made their arrest, Cassidy travels the country to tell her story and warn other teenagers about cyber-crime and how to prevent it.

Nana Meriwether
Miss USA® 2012

Born in South Aftica while her parents were working pro- bono providing medical and health services to the rural villages, her mother, who was born and raised in South Africa during aparthied, would strap Nana to her back while she provided her community services.  Influenced from birth, to partake in humanitarian work, Nana and her mother co-founded the Meriwether Foundation, an international nonprofit organization to improve health and empower communities in 5 southern African countries.                      

Aja Watkins
Miss Miami Gardens USA® 2013

Aja is an advocate for non-violence for and against our youth, and after placing in the Miss Florida USA Pageant, established her own platform of bringing urgent awareness to this problem. Her mission began in direct response to the shocking personal tragedy of her cousin, Trayvon Martin, on February 26, 2012 in Florida, when he was shot to death because he was assumed to be a burgular because he was wearing a hooded sweatshirt  .

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