Jane Fonda Raises $1.3 Million at 80th Birthday Fundraiser
The two-time Oscar-winner held the "Eight Decades of Jane" event at an upscale hotel in Atlanta, where her life achievements were recognized along with her nonprofit foundation, which focuses on teen pregnancy prevention and adolescent health.
Jane Fonda used her 80th birthday celebration to raise $1.3 million for her foundation.
The two-time Oscar-winner held the "Eight Decades of Jane" fundraiser at an upscale hotel Saturday night. The event recognized Fonda's life achievements along with her foundation, Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential, which she created in 1995.
The Atlanta-based nonprofit focuses on teen pregnancy prevention and adolescent health.
Fonda's foundation hosted the event with 228 guests in attendance including CNN founder and ex-husband Ted Turner, her son Troy Garity and producer Paula Weinstein. James Taylor and Carole King performed several songs, including "So Far Away" and "You've Got a Friend."
Dolly Parton, Kerry Washington, Ludacris and Oprah Winfrey shared a toast through a video message.