'American Idol' creator Simon Fuller to receive honor from Children's Health Fund

By Sarah Burbank-Douglas,

American Idol creator, executive producer, and CEO of XIX Entertainment, Simon Fuller, will be honored by Children’s Health Fund for his work and support in “Idol Gives Back.”

American Idol’s official Twitter account released the exciting news today that Fuller will be honored for his work and dedication in “Idol Gives Back.” The tweet reads, “Simon Fuller will receive a special award on October 4th in honor of Idol Gives Back's contributions.”

The attached link to the tweet offers more information regarding the honor, stating that on October 4, Fuller will receive the award in recognition of his ‘strong support’ of the “Idol Gives Back” charity.

In 2010, Sir Elton John, Alicia Keys and Carrie Underwood performed live in hopes to raise funds for the charity which distributes its proceeds between Children’s Health Fund, Feeding America, Malaria No More, U.S Programs of Save the Children and United Nations Foundations, Reuters reports.

For more information or to make a donation fans can head to the charity’s official website.

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