LOS ANGELES – With a rare day off at home, Clayton and Ellen Kershaw welcomed celebrities from far and wide to their 10th annual Ping Pong 4 Purpose charity event.
The Blue Carpet was rolled out Thursday afternoon before the stars arrived at Dodger Stadium to compete in the star-studded ping pong tournament, as well as a VIP Poker event, Poker 4 Purpose.
Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield co-hosted the event while Dodgers players such as Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman and more competed at the table.
The decade-long tradition raises funds for Kershaw’s Challenge and its beneficiaries including: The Dream Center, Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, Arise Africa, Both Ends Believing, International Justice Mission and Hope Walks. Kershaw’s Challenge has raised over $20 million for at-risk children living in Los Angeles, Dallas, Zambia and the Dominican Republic since 2011.