NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA)-- Wednesday night, November 16th, the prestige of old "Hollywood Glamour" is expected to raise more than three thousand dollars for several area non-profits to share.
Photographer, Walter Grio, began a philanthopy project called "Shoot For Change."
All the money made from photo shoots was donated to the charity of his client's choice.
This year Grio is taking his fundraising efforts a step further with "Project Inspiration."
He photographed CEO's of non-profit organizations and those photos will be sold to raise money.
Grio says he wanted to celebrate the hard work the CEO's.
Ward Orem, of the non-profit Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home is one of the CEO's photographed.
The organization works to help the elderly poor in DC with health and life care services.
Ward Orem joined Walter Grio joined 9NEWS NOW's Andrea Roane to talk about Project Inspiration.