For the past decade, lawyer-turned-charity matchmaker Todd Krim has been well known in the Hollywood community as the go-to person for charities wanting to connect with celebrities as well as celebrities wanting to reach out to worthwhile causes. "Mr. Charity," as he is affectionately known, is regularly connecting actors and actresses from hit television shows such as Fox’s Glee and ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars with charities in need.
Todd was an integral part of helping produce the Road to Hope fund’s first Hollywood red carpet charity event in 2014.
After spending years as a successful attorney and entrepreneur, Todd left his law practice to follow a higher calling: to help bring a strong voice to non-profits by connecting them with celebrities. Initially through Give Back Hollywood, a non-profit he ran for eight years and now through The Krim Group, Todd has given charities the opportunity to connect with celebrities and in the process has successfully turned out widely-publicized charity events around the country. Many of these events have been filmed for reality television shows including The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and have been featured on Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, Extra and E! News.
Todd is a frequent speaker at philanthropy conferences where he has served alongside directors of major foundations including Alicia Keys’ Keep A Child Alive and Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation. Todd has also been featured in major magazines and newspapers including USA Today, The New York Times, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, The Hollywood Reporter as well as ABC News and CNN.