Usually, after a drunk night out you look at your bank account cringe wondering how on earth you spent $23.75 at McDonalds??? Well, Miley Cyrus makes some much better drunken mistakes. Instead of waking up in a strange place or regretting emotional texts from the night prior, she is plagued with the good deed of donating $500,000 to charity. The young pop star was at the AmfAR Gala when she had had a few drinks and felt it necessary to out bid Rihanna and Tom Ford for the photo of a naked woman painted by Ryan McGinley and then donate $200,000 to AIDS research.
"I’m a little drunk. That’s why I’m a half million deep,” said the singing sensation to the crowd. She spoke openly about the prevention and awareness of AIDS, in a casual manner. If you have to make drunk mistakes, these are the kinds to make!
Joonbug.com took a walk on the healthy side for New York's Stroke Day event. Sponsored by Covidien, in partnership with the World Stroke Organization, the "Take 2 Tell 2" campaign was meant to spread awareness about the horrific symptoms of a stroke. Kristen Taekman from Real Housewives of New York was present to share her story and inform others about the facts. With 2 uncle's who suffered from strokes, she was happy to provide our readers and guests of the event with words of advice. "I have learned so much in the past two weeks. It's the second leading cause of death in the world, and one in six will suffer a stroke in our lifetime." She explained that, as a mom, you get information from other moms. This is why the Take 2 Tell 2 campaign is so beneficial, "by telling your story or hearing other people's story, you're going to recognize the warning signs."
What: Tullamore D.E.W. is hosting amazing event, Women & Whiskey – United for the Cure! Tullamore D.E.W. Brand Ambassador, Eimear Kelleher, and fellow Irish designer, Sinéad Lawlor, welcome all to join them on Sunday, October 26th from 6-8pm. This evening is dedicated to honoring women and fine whiskey, in promoting an incredible cause. Guests will have the exclusive opportunity to see the release of one of a kind, limited-edition bottles that will be donated to the extraordinary Susan G. Komen foundation, honoring breast cancer awareness this month. Guests will also sip and savor luscious custom created cocktails (taking on the elegant shade of pink, of course). An evening of women bonding over top-notch drinks, and supporting a great cause…what could be better?
Join model and stroke survivor Claudia Mason at Herald Square park for the launch of “Take 2…Tell 2” campaign, which promotes preventative action and awareness around stroke, the second leading cause of death worldwide.
Opera singer Eric Jordan, model Claudia Mason, and Real Housewives of New York star Kristin Taekman, will be present to share their stories and associations with the cause. Expect free healthy snacks and giveaways. The all-day event will present a great deal of surprises, as well as opportunities to learn about the cause. Attending this event could potentially be life-saving for yourself or someone else. On top of that, it will definitely be a good time in the park.
Justin Blau, the superstar producer and DJ known as 3LAU, has just released Dance Floor Filth 4, his fifth album in five years. Featuring a mashup of material from the likes of Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding, Incubus, and others, this newest installment in his Dance Floor Filth compilation series can best be characterized as diverse and eclectic. It has something for everyone, with seven mixes/edits ranging from progressive to deep.
The critically-acclaimed artist has also made an impact in the world outside of music. DFF4, released in honor of the second school he's helped build, stands as testament to this. 3LAU has worked vigorously with the non-profit organization Pencils of Promise to promote progress in education in the developing world.
October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and this year, Kate Moss and Stella McCartney have teamed up to support the cause. With the beautiful Moss as the face of the campaign, McCartney proves charity is sexy with a line of eye-popping, fashionable, all-pink lingerie. Priced within a reasonable $40 to $80, all proceeds will be going to a new mammography suite at the Linda McCartney Centre.
The British designer’s mother, Linda McCartney, passed away from breast cancer at the age of 56, the impetus for McCartney’s steadfast will to raise awareness for the cause.
Want to make a difference and dance the night away? Communities in Schools of Miami has a fun way to help. For $30, guests will enjoy a night of Latin-funk fusion sounds by one of Miami’s own. The organization has tapped Miami New Times “Best Latin Band” ‘Sueñalo’ to headline the charity’s concert at Ball & Chain ( 1513 SW 8th St.) Guests will also sip on complimentary cocktails as proceeds are set to directly benefit CIS’ mentoring, tutoring, career counseling, after school, and summer programs throughout Miami Dade County. The Ball will take place on Thursday, October 9th, at 6pm to 9pm.
1.) If you love wine and want to donate to breast cancer research, this is the product for you! This year, a portion of the sales from Rabbit’s Original Corkscrew ($50) in Pink will be donated to Breast Cancer Research. The product features an automatic cork release, it pulls a cork in 3 seconds flat, it works on all bottle sizes and cork types, and there is a foil cutter and extra spiral included. Get your drink on and purchase one of these not only to donate to breast cancer research but to make your life a bit easier as well!
The Movement, which opened in May of this year, is taking Flatiron by storm with its innovative ideas about fitness and charity. When you decide to take one of the various body strengthening classes at The Movement, remember that you aren't just taking care of yourself, but you're helping anyone struggling with a brain tumor. The Movement donates $1 for each person in each of their classes to The National Brain Tumor Society, which is hard at work as well researching brain tumors and looking for a cure.
Love golf? Love food? Love supporting the fight against breast cancer? Then this charity event is for you. On Tuesday, September 23rd, Cristie Kerr, 16-time LPGA champion, and Suzanne Pride Bryan of Pride Mountain Vinyards will be hosting a delicious dinner you won’t want to miss. The dinner will be held at Strip House Midtown to benefit Birdies for Breast Cancer, a nonprofit organization that focuses its efforts on breast health awareness and raising money for breast cancer research. Since its start, Birdies for Breast Cancer, has raised over $3 million dollars.