Slide AIM's Pebble Beach Gala is Going Virtual! August 13, 2020 | 5:00pm PT Join Us:

7th Annual (1st Virtual) AIM Youth Mental Health Gala

For the past 6 years, AIM has been honored to host its annual gala in conjunction with the world-renowned Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, raising funds for youth mental health research. While we look forward to returning to Pebble Beach in 2021, AIM is excited to convene our enduring supporters and new friends for our first-ever virtual gala. The virtual gala will provide attendees with a dynamic and inspiring live program highlighting AIM’s impact and our next phase of investments in research.

Event Details

August 13, 2020 | 5:00pm PT  | Live Stream




Host for the evening: Liam Mayclem!

Liam Mayclem is is an Emmy Award-winning Radio/TV Host known as “Foodie Chap” on KCBS & KPIX. The fundraising professional also hosts the Williams-Sonoma Culinary Stage at BottleRock Napa Valley and from 2005 – 2014 co-hosted popular NorCal CBS TV show “Eye On The Bay” (among many other things). We are so excited to have Liam on board!


AnnaLynne McCord

McCord is an American actress, writer, director, and producer. She first gained prominence in 2007 as the scheming Eden Lord on the FX television series Nip/Tuck. During her free time, McCord has contributed to various charities, stating that “working with charitable organizations and giving back has been my saving grace as it has taught me how to rescue myself.”

Tayjay Ashmeade (TJ)

Tayjay is a Jamaican-born professional basketball player, mentor, idealist, broadcaster, academic, former special education student, and inspirational leader. She played professional basketball overseas for six years, but now she is pursuing her PhD in organizational leadership. “Strong but not bullet-proof…determined but not unbreakable.” -TJ

Dennis Brown

Brown is a former San Francisco 49ers defensive end and Super Bowl champion and the current co-host of KNBR 680/1050’s pregame. Brown was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers as the 47th overall pick in the 1990 NFL Draft and earned the team’s Gold-Rush Rookie of the Year. He then went on to play all seven years of his NFL career in San Francisco and was on their Super Bowl-winning team in 1995.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Our 2019 annual gala was the best yet, raising more than $800,000 for high-impact research for youth mental health. We are going virtual for our 2020 gala so that we can continue to fund the so urgently needed research for our youth today. By being an AIM sponsor, you are supporting leading youth mental health research; you are supporting solutions!

Interested in being a 2020 Gala AIM Sponsor?
View the 2020 Sponsorship Packet:

2020 Sponsorship Packet
AIM for Mental Health

Never before has the importance of mental health and well-being been so clear to so many. COVID-19 has shed a light on the mental health epidemic that already existed long before the current pandemic the world is navigating. AIM is uniquely positioned to elevate awareness and critical funding needed to invest in youth mental health research today.

Invest in a Mentally Healthy World for Youth