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.
On Friday, September 5th head over to Wall Miami Beach (2201 Collins Ave.) at 10pm for the Bike for a Cause event, which will be hosted by celebrity designer Kiki Haman. DJ's Skratchy and Liv It Up will be providing hot tunes as exciting raffles take place with all profits going to I Love My Human. It is an event not to be missed!
Last night we were one in the captivated crowd for the Summer Classic Charity Basketball Game that took place at Barclays center in Brooklyn. Presented by CC Sabathia and Robinson Cano, along with Roc Nation Sports, the event was held to aid Sabathia’s PitCCh In Foundation, as well as Cano’s RC22 Foundation, which both seek to boost opportunities for undeserved youth in such areas as education, wellness and fitness.
Join Stage Left Studio as they host the Trades of Hope fundraiser on Monday, August 25th starting at 6pm. Help women out of poverty by buying their beautiful fair trade (which ensures that the women receive fair compensation for their work), quality, handmade products from around the world!
They make wonderful gifts for graduations, birthdays, teacher gifts, hostess gifts ~ something a little different than flowers or a bottle of wine, or just a little something special for you.
As a gift they are unique and beautiful and they give twice – both to your recipient and to the artisans who are helped through your purchase!
In case you have taken residency under a boulder, the latest social media fad involves dumping a bucket of ice water over your head, and then nominating others to follw suit. Seriously. As silly as it may sound, the premise behind it promotes a very good cause—raising awareness for serious disease that may have otherwise been bypassed.
“Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as "Lou Gehrig's Disease," is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord.” The ALS Association has begun the Ice Bucket Challenge, which dares people to either pour a bucket of ice water over their head, or donate. Many people have opted to do both. This promotes awareness while also earning money for research. Donations are at an all-time high and awareness is exponential.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been exploding all over social media recently. What is the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge? For those of you who are living under a rock, the challenge calls for people to dump buckets of ice water on their heads. Then that person nominates others on social media to do the same within 24 hours. If the person refuses or doesn't achieve the challenge in time, he or she has to donated money to an organization that raises awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Some famous people have gotten involved, like TODAY show anchors Matt Lauer and Natalie Morales, and Martha Stewart and Ansel Elgort. Now added to the bucket list is Justin Timberlake!
This is your chance to bid on a meet & greet with Garth Brooks and the opportunity to attend his sold-out September 6th concert in Chicago! Proceeds from the auction benefit Liberty Hill. Liberty Hill advances movements for social change through a strategic combination of grants, leadership training and alliance building. Liberty Hill is focused on promoting change. They invest in community organizing — the process of bringing people together and helping them realize their power. Through organizing, people transform their own lives and learn the power of collective action, laying the foundation for lasting social change.
The auction runs until August 10. To make a bid, click here.
Social media is a powerful tool. Christina Aguilera is utilizing its effectiveness to spread awareness about world hunger and raise money to end it. The “Pass the Red Cup Challenge” encourages fans, fellow celebrities, and media to share the #PasstheRedCup hashtag as a way to raise awareness for the gruesome realities of hungry children across the world.
Restaurant chains including KFC, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut chose Aguilera as their spokesperson to promote this global issue. She is encouraging participants to not only share the hashtag, but to also donate $5 in order to feed 20 starving children. Yum! This World Hunger Relief is the world’s largest campaign for world hunger. With Christina on their side, the effort can only grow.
To celebrate five years of Meat Free Monday the campaign is looking for your help to make a new fan video. If you'd like to get involved, (which you really should) pick one or two lines from Paul McCartney's 'Meat Free Monday' song and take a picture of yourself with it. Be creative! Write the words on colorful pieces of paper, use sidewalk chalk, or for the tech savy people out there, use a computer program! Use your family and friends for additional hands. The favorite pictures will be chosen to be a part of the exclusive five year celebration video.
The 17th Annual Super Saturday took place this past weekend in the Hamptons. The event, which raises funds for Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) was hosted by Kelly Ripa and Donna Karan. The packed fundraiser is the ultimate garage sale -- complete with designer goods from over 200 prominent designers, a kids carnival and activities, gourmet treats and a luxury raffle.
Not only did guests partake in a day long shopping extravaganza, but they could also stop by Priv's Braid Bar to update their do, get a psychic reading by Betsy Wahmann, and even strike a pose for the Rolls-Royce photo booth. For each shared photo, Rolls-Royce made a donation to OCRF. Additionally, Decades founder Cameron Silver curated 'Cameron's Corner,' which featured both vintage and modern clothing and accessories, while the 'Designers A to Zoe' booth by Rachel Zoe features pieces from her favorite designers.