Father Figure Foundation, Racing for Charity, Hot Wheels
October 26, 2011
Hosted by MaddieRose Holler
On this episode of The Fame Game, Maddie Rose welcomes in Rob Charles from the Father Foundation and he also speaks about an exciting way to raise funds for at least five charities a month. Rob is doing tremendous work in the community. He also speaks about his very own not for profit that helps dads, The Father Figure Foundation, all of that along with celebrity role models and the song of the day sung by Selena Gomez.
The Fame Game
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Fame is not just for Hollywood stars, fame is in every walk of life. From doctors to teachers, to mentors and life heroes, Maddie will bring these incredible people together in one show, “The Fame Game.” You never know, you may be asked to join her! Everyone has a bit of fame in them! Great life stories, incredible journeys in life, it all comes together in “The Fame Game.”
MaddieRose Holler is the current reigning Miss Arizona’s Outstanding Teen. She is a sophomore at Imagine Prep where she is the Secretary of Student Council, President of Peer Mediation, a Member of the National Honor Society, and a Member on the Varsity Cheer Team.
Maddie is passionate about working and supporting our nation’s military and their families as well as our Nation’s youth. She is an avid singer and performer and for the past three years has been the proud host and producer of “The Fame Game," on the VoiceAmerica Kids Channel, and is also a co-host on "Women INVESTING in Women and GIRLS," also on the VoiceAmerica Kids channel.
On "The Fame Game," Maddie interviews guests from the world of entertainment and everyday life. Given her broad range of academic talents, professional expertise, and community service interests, Maddie was selected to be a Co-Host of the Women INVESTING in Women and Girls Global Radio Show. On this show, MaddieRose will be interviewing speakers from various Global WIIW Summits in 2014-2015 and aspires to pursue a major in political science and a minor in broadcast journalism, once she completes High School in Arizona.