5th Annual Advocacy Awards at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood

Updated: Oct 25, 2019


If you missed you the 5th Annual Advocacy Awards Oct. 23rd, 2019 at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, here are the photos from the classy event.

The event honored television stars RJ Mitte (Breaking Bad), Tony Goldwyn (Scandal), Maria Shriver (American Journalist), and Isha Sesay (CNN), hosted by Lu Parker featuring Rachel Pittman of The United Nations, Renee Lawless, Minnie Driver, Liz Hernandez and Kathy Eldon as presenters.

2018, Helen Hunt and Mädchen Amick

Riverdale star Madchen Amick is a huge supporter of mental health awareness and has done amazing work with NAMI

When her son Sylvester, 26, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder as a college student in 2011, the Riverdale star and her family turned to the National Alliance on Mental Illness as a resource. By 2014, Amick had become an advocate for and supporter of the charity.

Advocacy Honors is a community of celebrities, media properties and corporate partners dedicated to using their platforms to amplify advocacy and voices that inspire change.

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2018, Laverne Cox, Jenna Dewan and Debra Messing

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RIGHT: Minnie Driver presenting Tony Goldwyn’s award.

LEFT: RJ Mitte receiving his award from Renee Lawless

RIGHT: Kathy Eldon and Isha Sesay on the carpet.

LEFT: Liz Hernandez and Sandy Gleysteen.

LEFT: Tony Goldwyn and Minnie Driver on the red carpet.

RIGHT: Minnie Driver presenting Tony Goldwyn’s award for his involvement in Americare.

LEFT: Tony Goldwyn and Minnie Driver on the red carpet.

Tony Goldwyn and Minnie Driver on the red carpet.

The event honored leaders in the television industry who effectively use their voice for social cause. With the UN General Assembly recently concluding its annual meeting in New York, focus on the UN Sustainable Development Goals is inspiring global dialogue. Opening remarks from UNA Executive Director Rachel Pittman ignited an inspirational evening of conversation about how the television industry can use their collective platform to advocate for awareness and to effect change.

RJ Mitte recognized for his diversity activism and as the United Cerebral Palsy Ambassador. Rachel Pittman acknowledged as the United Nations spokesperson. Tony Goldwyn basking in the glory of his recognition.


About Advocacy Honors

Advocacy Honors (AH!) producers of the Television Industry Advocacy Awards support and amplify influential voices and generate millions of impactful media impressions for worthy causes and charities. For additional information, please visit:



Celebrities have a voice that can reach areas in which many others cannot, while inspiring change with a multitude of audiences. These celebrities fall into the category of various industries, and we want to give each of those industries not only a voice, but a platform in which to advocate for their cause. Through providing industry‒specific Advocacy Awards celebrity charity events, these celebrities can not only represent their industry, but speak directly to those with similar values within their industry.


Influence brings with it the opportunity to use that platform for social good. Advocacy Honors recognizes those who advocate for effective change and is proud to have a network of live events and media partners that amplify those who advocate.

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