Celebrity Fight Night XXIII

Interview with Founder of Paul Mitchell Hair Care Systems and Patron Tequila, John Paul DeJoria and his wife, Eloise Broady on the red carpet at Celebrity Fight Night XXIII as they raise money for a number of charities, primarily the Barrow Neurological Foundation. Barrow Neurological Institute is the world’s largest neurological disease treatment and research institution. This year in addition to the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center, we are proud to support the BNI’s Alzheimer’s and Cognitive Disorders Program. Money from this evening also is going to Water Keeper, an organization working to clean up waterways worldwide.

Beliefnet.com: A Family Affair – January 2014

A family affair: Actress Eloise DeJoria and her philanthropist husband stand behind her son’s innovative addiction rehab center

Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture.

Doing well while doing good. You may not know Eloise DeJoria by name but chances are you know her face from movies like Weekend at Bernie’s, Grand Champion, Don’t Mess with the Zohan, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, and Wild Hearts. Angels Sing, her latest film, was released this past and is based on bestselling Turk Pikpin Christmas book When Angels Sing. The film stars Harry Connick, Jr., Connie Britton,  Lyle Lovett, Marcia Ball, Kris Kristofferson, and Willie Nelson (with whom she made her movie debut in Songwriter).Currently living in Austin, Texas (where Angels Sing was filmed) with her billionaire husband John Paul DeJoria, an entrepreneur and philanthropist perhaps best known for co-founding Paul Mitchell line of hair care products.  But, as Eloise told me during a recent conversation promoting the Angels Sing DVD, what gives the couple their greatest joy is philanthropy. John Paul and Eloise operate under the credo that “Success unshared is failure.” Organizations they support include such diverse causes as the Austen Children’s Center, Food 4 AfricaThe Palmer Drug Abuse ProgramHelp Clifford Help Kids, The Long Center for the Performing Arts, The Austin Film Society and Amnesty International. But none of the causes they give to is nearer and dearer to their hearts than The Arbor Recovery Center in Georgetown, Texas.

Read the full, original article here. Beliefnet.com

Austin Fit Magazine: At Home with John Paul and Eloise DeJoria

Eloise and her husband, John Paul, sit  down with Melanie Moore to discuss their passion for philanthropy, as well as living a healthy and fit life.

“John Paul and Eloise DeJoria have a lot of experience as philanthropists. He became a philanthropist as a small child, and she learned from her father how to give back even when traveling for business. They love to talk about the lives they are changing, but not so much about how much they give—though they give a lot.”

Read the full article here: Austin Fit Magazine