Jean Shafiroff & Tous Jewelry Hosted A Holiday Shopping Party To Benefit The New York Women’s Foundation®

Jean Shafiroff and Tous Jewelry hosted A Holiday Shopping Party to benefit the New York Women’s Foundation® (NYWF) on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at the Tous Boutique in Rockefeller Center with media partner Manhattan Magazine.

Jean Shafiroff, Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jean Shafiroff, Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Guests browsed display cases to preview looks from Tous’ Fall/Winter Collection include. 10 percent of the proceeds on purchases made at Tous during the event and all day on Wednesday, December 16, 2015 will benefit the New York Women’s Foundation.

Guests included: Jean Shafiroff, Ana Oliveira, Andrea Greeven Douzet, Carol Wilkenson, Christina Rameli, Dr. Judith Hellman, Helen Johnson, Lewaa Khalek, Jill Sand & Dr. Barry Weintraub, Martin Shafiroff, Michael de Paulo, Elizabeth Shafiroff, Patrick Hazlewood, Ashley Sousa, Jennifer Powers, Tracy Stern, Brett Tinsley and Flo Anthony.

Jean Shafiroff, philanthropist and activist, is a volunteer fundraiser and leader of several charitable causes. She serves on the boards of New York Women’s Foundation®, New York City Mission Society, French Heritage Society, Couture Council (Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology), Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services (20+ years), Southampton Animal Shelter Honorary Board, and Southampton Bath & Tennis Club’s Charitable Foundation. Jean is hands-on with the multiple causes she supports. Each year she chairs numerous galas and hosts events benefiting numerous not-for-profit organizations. She is particularly known for her leadership in raising money for many charities, including the New York Women’s Foundation®, Southampton Hospital, Southampton Animal Shelter and New York City Mission Society.

Established in 1987 as a public philanthropy, the New York Women’s Foundation® is a cross-cultural alliance of women, serving as a force for change for women. From the outset, the Foundation’s founders strove to identify innovative organizations that were affecting change in the communities they served for women. NYWF strategically funds organizations and programs that move women, girls and families towards long-term economic security through individual transformation and systematic change, mobilizing leaders and community partners as philanthropists and change agents.

 

For more information on Jean Shafiroff, visit: www.JeanShafiroff.com

For More information on The New York Women’s Foundation, visit: www.nywf.org

Jean Shafiroff (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jean Shafiroff (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Andrea Greeven Douzet, Jennifer Powers (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Andrea Greeven Douzet, Jennifer Powers (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Ashley Souza, Kathleen Giordano (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Jill Sand, Dr. Barrry Weintraub (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jill Sand, Dr. Barrry Weintraub (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Romona Keveza (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Romona Keveza (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Dr. Judith Hellman (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Dr. Judith Hellman (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Tracy Stern (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Tracy Stern (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Helen Johnson (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Helen Johnson (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Jean Shafiroff, Martin Shafiroff, Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jean Shafiroff, Martin Shafiroff, Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Mike Milken and Prostate Cancer Foundation Hosted The 2015 New York Dinner

Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF), a nonprofit organization which remains steadfast in its commitment to identify and fund groundbreaking cancer research programs to save the lives of millions, hosted its annual New York Dinner at the The Pierre Hotel on Wednesday, December 2, 2015. The event raised more than $6 million to support groundbreaking discoveries in cancer research.

The dinner honored the 20th Season the Prostate Cancer Foundation has partnered with Major League Baseball and its team owners for the PCF Homerun Challenge, with Baseball Hall of Fame Managers Joe Torre, Tommy Lasorda and Tony La Russa. PCF also presented David Cohen of Comcast an award recognizing his philanthropic endeavors on behalf of PCF’s Philadelphia partners, funding groundbreaking research.

Notable attendees included: Michael & Lori Milken (Founder, Prostate Cancer Foundation), Whoopi Goldberg (Event Host; Co-Host, The View), John O’Hurley (Event Host), David Cohen (Honoree; EVP, Comcast), Mark & Debbie Attanasio (Event Co-Chairs; Owner, Milwaukee Brewers), Seth Bernstein (Event Co-Chair; CEO, Stromberg LLC.),Todd Boehly (Event Co-Chair; Co-Owner, Los Angeles Dodgers), Dr. Richard Merkin (Event Co-Chair; CEO, Heritage Provider Network), Artie & Selma Rabin (Event Co-Chairs), Neal Rodin & Sharon Schutte-Rodin (Event Co-Chairs), Joe & Ali Torre (Event Co-Chairs; Chief Baseball Officer, MLB), John Fogerty (Performer), Forte (Performer), Isabel Leonard (Performer), Forte (Performer), Jerry Cohen (Co-Owner, New York Yankees), Tommy Lasorda (Special Advisor to The Chairman, Los Angeles Dodgers), Scott Minerd (C0-Owner, Los Angeles Dodgers), Tony La Russa (Chief Baseball Officer, Arizona Diamondbacks), Mark Walter (Co-Owner, Los Angeles Dodgers), Fred Wilpon (Owner, New York Mets), David and Sybil Yurman (Jeweler), Dr. Jonathan Simons (CEO, Prostate Cancer Foundation), John Paulson (President, Paulson & Co.), Edward Rendell (Former Governor, Pennsylvania), Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Trustee, Charles Evans Foundation), Joel Paschow (Trustee, Charles Evans Foundation), Larry Leeds and  Dr. James Allison.

Following a cocktail reception, dinner hosts Whoopi Goldberg and John O’Hurley welcomed attendees to the event before introducing PCF Chairman and Founder Michael Milken. Goldberg, who has hosted numerous PCF events over the years, quipped “I remind him that I do not have a prostate.” Milken opened the evening by discussing the Charles Evans PCF Pro-Am Tour, a fundraiser hosted in conjunction with the Charles Evans Foundation where high-profile amateurs are paired with tennis professionals in four different tennis tournaments during peak seasons of each of the venues – Palm Beach, Fl., Indian Wells, CA, Westchester County, NY and the Hamptons. Joel Paschow and Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, Trustees of the Charles Evans Foundation, then spoke of Charles Evans’s memory, and shared that they were honored to be a part of what PCF and Mike Milken do.

After the brief presentation of tennis, Milken introduced the baseball theme of the event by quizzing the audience’s knowledge of Abbott and Costello’s “Who’s On First” comedy sketch. Following the quiz, Milken invited MLB attendees including Mark Attanasio, Todd Boehly, Jerry Cohen, Tommy Lasorda, Scott Minerd, Tony La Russa, Joe Torre, Mark Walter and Fred Wilpon to the stage for a special rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” while wearing special Prostate Cancer Foundation baseball jerseys. “If you buy a baseball team next year, you could be up here,” said Milken at the performance’s conclusion. Immediately following the baseball players, opera group Forte from America’s Got Talent performed their version of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” before singing the classic “Il Sole Mio.”

Once Forte finished their performance, Milken began detailing the work of the PCF Home Run Challenge, which invites MLB fans to pledge a donation for every home run hit from June 1st through Father’s Day, before inviting Tommy Lasorda, Joe Torre and Tony La Russa to join him. All three have participated with the program, with Tommy Lasorda having traveled with Milken for over a decade. Since inception, Milken has attended 401 games and raised over $45 million.

Event host John O’Hurley then introduced Prostate Cancer Foundation CEO and President Dr. Jonathan Simons. PCF has been instrumental in funding extraordinary young scientists with multiple year grants. Their work has saved lives and provided better treatments for prostate cancer patients worldwide. Following the presentation, members of PCF brought up a mock baseball scoreboard with the number 173—the number of young investigators PCF has funded. Milken announced he wanted to increase that number to 200, and opened the floor for donors to pledge $75,000 for three years to support more young investigators. By the time everything was said and done, PCF put 202 new young investigators on the board. Following the pledges, the PCF opened the floor for three live auction packages that raised over $500,000.

Following the auction, Former Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell introduced the night’s honoree David Cohen, Executive Vice President of Comcast and Head of the Board of Trustees at University of Pennsylvania. Cohen served as Rendell’s Chief of Staff during his administration, where they collaborated to rebuild Philadelphia’s urban development. Rendell commended Cohen’s support of research to find ways to treat Prostate Cancer. Cohen, a prostate cancer survivor himself, thanked Milken and PCF for their efforts to stop prostate cancer and said he is, “one of tens of thousands of men who’ve benefitted from the funds raised the Prostate Cancer Foundation.”

After the award presentation, Nathan Gunn and Isabel Leonard performed, and were later joined by Forte for a special performance of “Somewhere” from West Side Story, the song the group performed during their Radio City audition on America’s Got Talent. To conclude, John Fogerty performed a special set alongside his son Shane where they performed some of his classic hits, including “Centerfield” which was honored by the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.

Event Co-Chairs Included: Mark & Debbie Attanasio, Seth & Marie Bernstein, Todd & Katie Boehly, Michael Lehrman, Ambassador Earle & Carol Mack, Dr. Richard Merkin, Mike & Lori Milken, Artie & Selma Rabin, Neal Rodin & Sharon Schutte-Rodin, Joe & Ali Torre, Eustace Wolfington.

 

Michael Milken (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Michael Milken (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Michael Milken, Tommy Lasorda, Joe Torre (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Michael Milken, Tommy Lasorda, Joe Torre (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Jerry Cohen, Ray Chambers (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

Jerry Cohen, Ray Chambers (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

John Paulson (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

John Paulson (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

Ariel Hach, Stewart Rahr (Photo Credit: Lieba Nesis)

Ariel Hach, Stewart Rahr (Photo Credit: Lieba Nesis)

Neil Rodin, Scott Minerd (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

Neil Rodin, Scott Minerd (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

Lisa O’Hurley, John O’Hurley (Photo Credit: Lieba Nesis)

Lisa O’Hurley, John O’Hurley (Photo Credit: Lieba Nesis)

Ali Torre, Joe Torre (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Ali Torre, Joe Torre (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Ed Rendell (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Ed Rendell (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Dr. Padamanee Sharma and Dr. James Allison (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Dr. Padamanee Sharma and Dr. James Allison (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Dr. Jonathan Simons (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Dr. Jonathan Simons (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

David Yurman, Sybil Yurman (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

David Yurman, Sybil Yurman (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

David Cohen (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

David Cohen (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Forte (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Forte (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Fred Wilpon, Joe Torre, Tommy Lasorda (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Fred Wilpon, Joe Torre, Tommy Lasorda (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

John Fogerty (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

John Fogerty (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Nathan Gunn, Isabel Leonard, Forte (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Nathan Gunn, Isabel Leonard, Forte (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Tony La Russa (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Tony La Russa (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Whoopi Goldberg, John O’Hurley (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Whoopi Goldberg, John O’Hurley (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Denise Rich & Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research Celebrated the Generous Support of Angel Ball 2015 at Tao Downtown

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Denise Rich and Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research celebrated the generous support of the foundation through its Angel Ball 2015 Gala at Tao Downtown on Monday, November 30, 2015.

The party toasted the success of Angel Ball, which raised over $3.6 million this year for cancer research on Monday, October 19, 2015, with cocktails by Manhattan Moonshine, the world’s first premium un-aged whiskey, 50 Bleu Vodka and Forever Young Wine. Notable attendees included: Denise Rich, Michele Rella, Alicia Quarles, Rita Cosby, Cynthia Ott & James Coleman, Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, Lucia Hwong Gordon and William Kehler.

Each year, the Angel Ball is one of the top New York social events boasting attendees in the fields of business, philanthropy, and society alike at this annual celebration of life, music and the quest for a cure. The mission of Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research is to encourage the development of more effective therapies for patients with leukemia, lymphoma, and related cancers. The Foundation funds innovative clinical or basic science research that will lead to novel therapeutic approaches that could replace, or be used in combination with existing effective therapies. Such therapeutic approaches could include alternative or complementary medicine.

About Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation:

In 1996, Grammy-nominated songwriter and philanthropist, Denise Rich, lived every parent’s worst fear as one of her three daughters, a beautiful 27-year-old actress and Hodgkin’s lymphoma survivor named Gabrielle, succumbed to acute myelogenous leukemia (AML). Gabrielle lost her battle, but her dream lives on in the work of the organization created in her memory, Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research. It was Gabrielle’s idea to create a Foundation that would fund the best and brightest scientific investigators in the nation with the hope that less toxic treatments, and ultimately a cure, might be discovered. Her mother and sisters, Daniella and Ilona, believed the best way to honor Gabrielle’s memory was to turn their extraordinary grief into a positive force for others. The Foundation funds research to improve the efficacy of cancer treatments, reduce their toxicity and improve the quality of life of patients with leukemia or lymphoma. The Foundation also supports limited scientific interchange between select leaders in different areas of bio and integrative medical research, to develop unique and important collaborative efforts that will lead to improvements in the treatment and care of patients with leukemia and lymphoma.

For more information, visit: www.gabriellesangels.org

About Manhattan Moonshine:

Manhattan Moonshine is the world’s first luxury Un-Aged Whiskey and has been designed to be the perfect Whiskey for cocktails. The Manhattan Moonshine Company, LLC was founded in 2013 by William Kehler to establish Un-Aged Whiskey as a legitimate expression of Whiskey that is competitive with Aged-Whiskey in flavor, quality and class. Using a unique grain bill featuring a combination of Oats, Rye, Spelt (an ancestral form of wheat) and Malted Barley with its unique production process, a collaboration between Kehler and whiskey expert Ian Smiley to create the formulation. Manhattan Moonshine delivers a smooth, grain-forward, Whiskey flavor that no other Un-Aged Whiskey is able to create.  A New York City native, Kehler is a New York City native and Whiskey enthusiast who is fascinated by the Prohibition era, Art Deco design and the Jazz age.

For more information visit www.manhattan-moonshine.com

 

Michele Rella, Denise Rich (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Michele Rella, Denise Rich (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

William Kehler (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

William Kehler (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Alicia Quarles (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Alicia Quarles (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Cynthia Ott, James Coleman (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Cynthia Ott, James Coleman (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Lucia Hwong Gordon, Denise Rich, Michele Rella, Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Lucia Hwong Gordon, Denise Rich, Michele Rella, Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Randi Schatz, Michael Trokel, Pamela Morgan (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Randi Schatz, Michael Trokel, Pamela Morgan (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Tiffany Denee Jones, Coppy Holzman (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Tiffany Denee Jones, Coppy Holzman (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Manhattan Moonshine (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Manhattan Moonshine (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation “Collaborating For A Cure” 18th Annual Benefit Dinner & Auction Honoring John Varvatos Raised $2.5 Million

Dr. Samuel Waxman, Marion Waxman, John Varvatos, Chris Wragge Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Dr. Samuel Waxman, Marion Waxman, John Varvatos, Chris Wragge
Photo – Jared Siskin / PMC

John Fogerty Photo - Jared Spaulding / PMC

John Fogerty
Photo – Jared Spaulding / PMC

Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF) hosted its ‘Collaborating for a Cure’ Benefit Dinner and Auction, honoring fashion designer John Varvatos, and featured a special musical performance by legendary American Singer-Songwriter John Fogerty, on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at Cipriani Wall Street. The annual event, now in its eighteenth year, raised $2.5 million to support the Waxman Foundation’s research efforts to produce a cure for cancer.

Notable attendees included Dr. Samuel Waxman (Founder and CEO, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation); Marion Waxman; Michael and Elin Nierenberg (18th Annual Collaborating for a Cure Hosts); Chris Wragge (Co-Anchor of CBS 2 News This Morning); John Varvatos (Honoree; Fashion Designer John Varvatos); John Fogerty (Special Musical Guest); Spencer Waxman (President, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation); Cristina Cuomo (Presenter; Editor-In-Chief, Manhattan Magazine); Hugh Hildesley (Executive Vice President & Auctioneer, Sotheby’s); Kenneth Fishel (Board of Directors, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation); David Hinkelman (Board of Directors, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation); Howard Kurz (Board of Directors, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation);Robert Kantor(Board of Directors, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation); Howard Shlafmitz (Board of Directors, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation); Baron Silverstein (Board of Directors, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation); Mary Kantor (Honorary Board Member, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation); Dena K. Weiner (Board of Directors, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation); Ruth Finley (Founder, Fashion Calendar); Coppy Holzman(Founder & CEO, Charity Buzz); David Burke (Chef, The Wayfarer) and Jean Shafiroff(Philanthropist).

This year’s event was attended by more than 750 corporate executives, board members and their guests. The money raised will support the Waxman Foundation’s research efforts to produce a cure for cancer by reprogramming cancer cells and to deliver tailored, minimally toxic treatments to patients. The scientists funded by the SWCRF have made significant breakthroughs in cancer research, including identifying pathways to deliver novel therapies to treat cancer.

SWCRF Chairman and Collaborating for a Cure host Michael Nierenberg gave opening remarks welcoming attendees to the Dinner & Auction and thanked the SWCRF’s many supporters for their continued efforts to raise funds for cancer research.  The evening’s Master of Ceremonies Chris Wragge then took the stage to introduce Dr. Samuel Waxman whose remarks highlighted the importance of investing in cancer research and developing less toxic therapies for cancer patients of all ages, which is a large part of the SWCRF’s mission. After dinner, Wragge introduced Cristina Cuomo, Editor-In-Chief of Manhattan and Beach Magazine, to present the SWCRF Fashion Cares Award to John Varvatos. In accepting his award, Varvatos lauded Dr. Waxman’s work and the research of the SWCRF. He also shared that his father battled leukemia, his sister underwent a double mastectomy and his brother recently received a prostate cancer diagnosis.

The evening’s exciting live auction, which was led by Hugh Hildesley, Executive Vice President of Sotheby’s Auction House. Guests the opportunity to bid on exclusive items such as: a $10,000 shopping spree and lunch with John Varvatos which sold for $17,000; an America’s Cup Yacht Race experience captained by former America’s Cup Team Members, sold twice for $10,000; a private wine tasting at Italian Wine Merchants for $17,000; an exclusive opportunity to meet John Fogerty and receive a flannel shirt autographed by the legendary rock star, which sold to the highest bidder for $10,000. The highest bid of the night, $60,000, went to a five day, four night stay for 10 people at the Ian Fleming Villa at the GoldenEye Hotel in Jamaica via private jet. Other travel packages included a CMH 4-day Heli-skiing trip for 2 in Canada sold for $17,000; A Milwaukee Bucks experience including G4 flight to a game and team memorabilia, which sold twice for $20,000 and an Italian wine and truffle adventure in Italy donated by Palm Bay International, which went for $32,000.

Online auction items, which will be available for bidding online at CharityBuzz.com until November 24, 2015 include:Private Suite for 24 People to See the NFL’s New York Jets vs. New England Patriots on December 27, 2015 at MetLife Stadium; 6-Day/5-Night Charter of the Lady Tatiana of London or Lady Alhena of London for up to 11 Guests; Victory: A Song of Thanksgiving, 1968 Signed Lithograph by Salvador Dali and 2 Tickets to the Tadashi Shoji Fall/Winter 2016 Runway Show​ at New York Fashion Week in February Plus a Dress to Wear to the Show.

After the auction, guests were treated to an exclusive, live performance by John Fogerty, who performed hits from his solo career and from his legendary run as lead singer of Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Known affectionately by New Yorkers as “The Waxman,” the yearly fête is considered to be among the top fundraising events in New York City. In recent years, “The Waxman” has raised several million dollars to support the Waxman Foundation’s research efforts to produce a cure for cancer. Past musical performers at the Waxman Gala have included the Warren Hayes Band, Kid Rock, Chevy Chase, Steely Dan, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, Sheryl Crow, Ziggy Marley and Counting Crows.

The Event Chairs were: Lynn and Wes Edens, Katie and Scott Eichel, Kristen and Johan Eveland, Maria and Kenneth Fishel, Mary Henry and Howard Rubin, Diane and Adam Katz, Nancy and Howard Kurz, Randal Nardone, Elin and Michael Nierenberg, Mara and Baron Silverstein, Linda Taub, Sandy and Marc Taub, Bettina and Spencer Waxman and Lauren Zwak and James DeMare.

The Dinner Committee included: Eve and Brant Brooks, Sarah and Brian Chin, Tracy and Frank Collins, Staci and Andrew Friedwald, Samantha Santiago and Steve Jones, Andrew Sloves, Nicholas Smith, Laurie and Joseph Steffa, Charles Sorrentino, Marion and Samuel Waxman, M.D., Dena K. Weiner and David Rozenholc, Amy and Matt Zisette.

The Auction Committee included: Nancy Loving and David Hinkelman and Deborah and Howard Shlafmitz.

Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation Board:

CHAIRMAN: Michael Nierenberg

PRESIDENT: Spencer Waxman

VICE PRESIDENTS: Howard Kurz, Dena K. Weiner

TREASURER: Thomas A. Conway

SECRETARY: Laurie L. Schaffran

BOARD OF DIRECTORS:Dale Claman, Kenneth Fishel, James E. Frankel, Gary Gladstein, Clifford Greenberg, Dennis A. Herman, Linda Herman, David Hinkelman, Gary Jacob, Robert Kantor, Matthew Lyons, Howard Shlafmitz. Tony M. Shogren, Baron Silverstein, Riva Ariella Ritvo-Slifka, Samuel Waxman, M.D.

HONORARY BOARD:Maureen Cogan, Martin L. Coyne, Mary Kantor, Abner Levine**, Mildred Levine, Susan W. Rose, Alan P. Safir *, Joan A. Safir *, Edwin C. Scheurer**, Alfred J. Seaman**, Zena Wiener

CHAIRMAN’S COUNCIL:Lawrence Altman, Peter Claman, Ruth Finley, Arminio Fraga, Betsey Johnson, Costas Kondylis, Thomas Marano, J. Jay Mautner, Tadashi Shoji, Bernard Sillins

* Past Chair     **Deceased

About Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation:

The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation is an international organization dedicated to curing and preventing cancer. The Foundation is a pioneer in cancer research and its mission is to eradicate cancer by funding cutting-edge research that identifies and corrects abnormal gene function that causes cancer and develops minimally toxic treatments for patients. Through the Foundation’s collaborative group of world-class scientists, the Institute Without Walls, investigators share information and tools to speed the pace of cancer research. Since its inception in 1976, the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation has awarded approximately $90 million to support the work of more than 200 researchers across the globe.

For more information, visit: www.waxmancancer.org. Like SWCRF on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @WaxmanCancer.

 

Imagine a world in which cancer can be treated without disrupting life, can be cured, or can even be prevented.

 

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Elin Nierenberg, Michael Nierenberg Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Elin Nierenberg, Michael Nierenberg
Photo – Jared Siskin / PMC

Marion Waxman, Spencer Waxman and Samuel Waxman Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images

Marion Waxman, Spencer Waxman and Samuel Waxman
Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images

Christina Greeven Cuomo Photo - Jared Spaulding / PMC

Christina Greeven Cuomo
Photo – Jared Spaulding / PMC

Marion Waxman, Robert Kantor, Mary Kantor Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Marion Waxman, Robert Kantor, Mary Kantor
Photo – Jared Siskin / PMC

John Varvatos, Joyce Varvatos  Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images

John Varvatos, Joyce Varvatos
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David Hinkelman, Nancy Loving Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

David Hinkelman, Nancy Loving
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 Jean Shafiroff Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images

Jean Shafiroff
Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images

David Burke Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

David Burke
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Chris Arlotta, Mario Pecoraro Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Chris Arlotta, Mario Pecoraro
Photo – Jared Siskin / PMC

Maria Fishel, Kenneth Fishel Photo - Jared Spaulding / PMC

Maria Fishel, Kenneth Fishel
Photo – Jared Spaulding / PMC

Nancy Kurz, Howard Kurz Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Nancy Kurz, Howard Kurz
Photo – Jared Siskin / PMC

Dena Weiner Photo - Jared Spaulding / PMC

Dena Weiner
Photo – Jared Spaulding / PMC

Ruth Finley Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Ruth Finley
Photo – Jared Siskin / PMC

James DeMare Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

James DeMare
Photo – Jared Siskin / PMC

Howard Rudin, Mary Rudin Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Howard Rudin, Mary Rudin
Photo – Jared Siskin / PMC

Diana Katz and Adam Katz  Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty

Diana Katz and Adam Katz
Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty

Tiffany Denee Jones, Coppy Holzman Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Tiffany Denee Jones, Coppy Holzman
Photo – Jared Siskin / PMC

Samantha Santiago, Steve Jones Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Samantha Santiago, Steve Jones
Photo – Jared Siskin / PMC

Karen Amster-Young, Benjamin Young  (c) Rebecca Weiss Photography

Karen Amster-Young, Benjamin Young
(c) Rebecca Weiss Photography

Lisa Winter, Ricardo Winter Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Lisa Winter, Ricardo Winter
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Joseph Steffa, Laurie Steffa Photo - Jared Siskin / PMC

Joseph Steffa, Laurie Steffa
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Dr. Samuel Waxman Photo - Jared Spaulding / PMC

Dr. Samuel Waxman
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Hugh Hildesley  Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty

Hugh Hildesley
Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty

John Varvatos Photo - Jared Spaulding / PMC

John Varvatos
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 John Fogerty Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images

John Fogerty
Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images

Atmosphere Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images

Atmosphere
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American Cancer Society Celebrates the 20th Anniversary Mothers of the Year Luncheon

The American Cancer Society hosted the 20th Anniversary Mothers of the Year Luncheon on Monday, October 19th, 2015 at the St. Regis Roof.

This year’s Mothers of the Year honorees were Marion, Rosanna and Elaina Scotto and Interventional Breast Radiologist Dr. Susan R. Drossman. Diana K. Feldman receive a special 20th Anniversary Outstanding Leadership award for all her years of service, dedication and fundraising. Ambassador Brenda L. Johnson and Cricket Burns are the event Co-Chairs.

The day began with cocktails, lunch, dessert and the award led by Master of Ceremonies and former Mother of the Year herself, Paula Zahn. Greg Kelly, Rosanna’s co-host of Fox 5’s Good Day New York led the presentation alongside Rosanna and Elaina’s daughters Jenna Ruggiero and Julia Faucetta. After acceptance Rosanna and Elaina then presented the award to their Mother Marion. It was nice to see the three generations of Scotto women all together. Dr. Drossman’s husband Adam and children Julia and Gabriel Sokoloff presented the award to her, they had the entire ballroom laughing. Former Mothers of the Year Honoree and longtime friend of Diana Feldman, Charlotte Ford presented the award to Diana alongside American Cancer Society, Executive Vice President Kris Kim. It was a perfect mix of presenters for the women who dedicates her life to the cause.

The Mothers of the Year Luncheon, is supported by prominent members of New York City’s social and philanthropic community and is one of the American Cancer Society’s signature events in Manhattan.  The Luncheon was created in 1995 to shine a spotlight on mothers – celebrating their daily duties as caregivers to their families and the extraordinary work they do to care for their communities.  Since the event’s inception, the Mothers of the Year Luncheon has raised nearly $5 million dollars for the fight against cancer.

Previous Mothers of the Year honorees include former First Ladies of New York, Libby Pataki and Matilda Cuomo. Katie Couric, Paula Zahn, Vera Wang, Kathie Lee Gifford, Susan Bloomberg, Anne and Charlotte Ford, Carolina Herrera, Sarah Ferguson, Cynthia Lufkin, Ann Curry, Tory Burch, Grace Hightower De Niro, Muffie Potter Aston, Anne Hearst McInerney, and Deborah Norville.

About the American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society is a global grassroots force of more than three million volunteers saving lives and fighting for every birthday threatened by every cancer in every community. As the largest voluntary health organization, the American Cancer Society’s efforts have contributed to a 20 percent decline in cancer death rates in the U.S. since 1991, and a 50 percent drop in smoking rates. Thanks in part to our progress nearly 14 million Americans who have had cancer and countless more who have avoided it will celebrate more birthdays this year. The American Cancer Society is determined to finish the fight against cancer. The American Cancer Society is finding cures as the nation’s  largest private, not-for-profit investor in cancer research, ensuring people facing cancer have the help they need and continuing the fight for access to quality health care, lifesaving screenings, clean air, and more.

For more information, to get help, or to join the fight, call 1-800-227-2345 or visit www.cancer.org

Rosanna Scotto, Paula Zahn, Marion Scotto, Elaina Scotto, Greg Kelly, Jenna Ruggiero, Julia Faucetta  (c) Annie Watt

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The 11th Annual Charles Evans PCF Pro-AM Tour 2015 Hamptons Tennis Tournament Benefiting Prostate Cancer Foundation

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Marie Bernstein, Mike Milkin
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The Charles Evans PCF Pro-Am Tennis Tour was held in Southampton, NY, over the weekend on Friday, August 28, to Sunday, August 30, 2015, raising over $4 million for the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF). This wonderful event, returning for its eleventh year, consists of a round robin tournament teaming 32 amateur tennis players with a current member of the ATP Tour or with one of the legends of tennis for two days of competition.

Guests and participants enjoy dining and socializing, along with the tennis, with the purpose of raising funds for PCF in its efforts to eradicate prostate cancer which affects one in seven American men.  The event kicked off on Friday with a cocktail party and dinner hosted by Bob and Deanna Adler in Southampton.  On Saturday, the first three rounds of the Pro Am tournament took place on private courts followed by a private luncheon for players at the home of Dean Palin.  In the afternoon, Mike Milken led a discussion on the “The End of Cancer and Other Life-Threatening Diseases” at Villa Maria in Water Mill.  Saturday’s events culminated in a gala at the Parrish Art Museum where guests were treated to performances by Natalie Cole, David Foster, Rubin Studdard, Emily West, Forte and Shelea Frazier.  Guests closed the evening dancing to a strong performance by Super Diamond.  On Sunday, guests enjoyed lunch and the final rounds of the Pro-Am Tour at the Shinnecock Tennis Club and the weekend concluded with the Trophy Award Ceremony in the late afternoon.

This year’s amateur players included: Bill Ackman, Bob Adler, Bob Bales, Marie Bernstein, Jerry Cohen, Jim Coleman, Mark Ein, Niko Elmaleh, Mark Fabry, Ralph Finerman, Bill Finneran, Glenn Fuhrman, Danny Govberg, Jeff Greene, Sammy Herzberg, Arik Kislin, Jesse Lee, Larry Leeds, Howard Marks, Don Marron, George Norcross, Chris Oberbeck, Dean Palin, Joel Pashcow, John Paulson, Brian Reynolds, Bob Rozenkranz, Ricky Sandler, Zach Schreiber, Barry Sternlicht, Doug Teitelbaum and Renee Willett.

Pro players included: Mario Ancic, Alex Asta, Alex Bogomolov Jr., Alex Bury, Guillermo Canas, Scott Davis, Amer Delic, Ashley Fisher, Colin Fleming, Teymuraz Gabashvili, Robby Ginepri, Treat Huey, Luke Jensen, Don Johnson, Robert Kendrick, Mark Knowles, Ivan Kokurin, Rick Leach, David Marrero, George Meyer, Frederik Nielson, Graydon Oliver, Jared Palmer, Mark Philippoussis, Jason Pinsky, Richey Reneberg, Bobby Reynolds, Cyril Saulnier, David Schneider, Jonathan Schneider, Andres Siljestrom and Vince Spadea.

RESULTS:

Team 1 versus Team 2:  Winner was Arik Kislin; Runner-up was Mark Ein

Team 3 versus Team 4:  Winner was Jim Coleman; Runner-Up was John Paulson

Team 5 versus Team 6:  Winner was Bob Bales; Runner-Up was Niko Elmaleh

Team 7 versus Team 8:  Winner was Jesse Lee; Runner-Up was Bill Finneran

The Charles Evans PCF Pro-Am Tennis Tour consists of four exciting tournaments each year that are calendared during peak season at each venue.  Each location brings an opportunity to provide not only a unique and individual experience for the amateur player but provides a platform to the community to generate awareness of prostate cancer and the work of the Prostate Cancer Foundation. The PCF Pro-AM Tennis Tournaments has raised over $12.5 million to date over 13 years.

The Pro-Am Tour is a fitting memorial to the life of Charles Evans.  He was committed to helping others, turning his personal tragedies into philanthropic causes.  Charles Evans, an avid tennis player, would be proud of what is being done to fight prostate cancer through these events.  An advocate for the improvement of quality in all lives, he championed many causes including Alzheimer’s, fire safety, health and education.  Charles had a true zeal for life.  From WWII veteran to successful entrepreneur, feature film producer, to a dedicated philanthropist, Charles left his mark and the impact is still being felt today.

Firmly committed to curing prostate cancer, the Prostate Cancer Foundation is the leading philanthropic organization funding and accelerating research globally. Since 1993, its unique strategies for identifying and investing in the most promising research programs have generated life-saving results. The organization channels resources to the world’s top scientific minds—cutting red tape and encouraging collaboration to speed breakthroughs.

As a champion for increased government and private support, PCF has helped build a global research enterprise of nearly $10 billion. Through the generous contributions of our donors, it has funded more than 2,000 programs at more than 200 research centers in 18 countries. For more than 16 million men and their families fighting prostate cancer globally, PCF is a primary source for new standard-of-care and research information. It connects patients, loved ones, care providers and scientists to critical updates, the latest developments, best practices and news from the treatment pipeline.

For further information on the PCF, please visit http://www.pcf.org/

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Robby Ginepri
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Mark Philippoussis
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Doug Teitelbaum, Mark Philippoussis
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Prostate Cancer Foundation Hosted An Evening of Dining, Dancing and Other Surprises in Support of the 11th Annual Charles PCF Pro-AM Tennis Tournament

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Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF), a nonprofit organization which remains steadfast in its commitment to identify and fund groundbreaking cancer research programs to save the lives of millions, hosted its annual gala at the Parrish Art Museum in Watermill, NY on Saturday, August 29, 2015. The weekend’s events raised over $4 million, which is a record for this event.

 The gala was hosted in support of the 11th Annual Charles Evans PCF Pro-Am Tennis Tournament being held from August 28 – 30, 2015, named after the successful entrepreneur who constantly turned tragic events throughout his life into philanthropic causes. The gala evening, catered by Robbins Wolfe, was a celebration featuring cocktails, dining and special performances from Natalie Cole and David Foster with special guests including American Idol Winner Ruben Studdard. 100 percent of the funds raised throughout the evening went to supporting groundbreaking discoveries in cancer research.

 The night began with a short quiz by the Founder of the Prostate Cancer Foundation Michael Milken, who asked questions about magic to the crowd of gala guests such as what caused Famous Illusionist Harry Houdini’s Death, Peritonitis, and what was the first book of magic called, The Discoverie of Witchcraft (1584). Fellow performer David Foster then introduced the first performer Natalie Cole, with whom he had just wrapped up an Asian tour.

Once she got onto stage, she began her set by telling the audience, “This is going to be one of the shortest sets I ever did, so listen carefully.” She began her set with her song “Almost Like Being In Love” and did a couple of covers including Renee Olstead’s “What A Difference a Day Makes.” Then she performed “Unforgettable,” her Grammy award-winning duet with her father Legendary Singer Nat King Cole, which was also the first song she had produced by fellow performer David Foster, which was received with loud applause. As she performed, video of her father singing along to the song played on TVs behind her and were interspersed with images of her and Nat while growing up. She closed her set with her father’s famous track “L.O.V.E.”

 Following Cole’s set, Milken discussed the young investigators program and the funding the Prostate Cancer Foundation is doing on their behalf. As he defines them, these young investigators are young scientists in their 30s who have received all of the advanced degrees and research experience to run their own labs, however they lack the funding. It is these investigators, he said, that are leading to groundbreaking advancements in cancer research. Currently, PCF works with 153 of these young investigators who are currently researching 22 candidate molecules for cancer research, and these investigators have impacted the creation of six different FDA- Approved Prostate Cancer drugs. Following the presentation and quiz questions discussing these young investigators, Milken asked gala attendees to pledge $75,000 over the course of three years, then $75,000 for one year and then $25,000 for one year. At the conclusion of the fundraising portion, he said, “next year we will tell you how each of our young investigators changed the world.”

After a video introduction, David Foster began his set, during which he invited many of his friends to the stage to perform as he accompanied on the piano, first being Emily West, a runner-up on Reality TV competition show America’s Got Talent. She performed a couple of songs including “Nights In White Satin,” a song she performed while competing on the show. David Foster & Emily West performed The Prayer, a song David Foster wrote for Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli, and halfway through the song, David Foster cut her off and said that this is meant to be a duet and introduced Forte, another top competitor on America’s Got Talent. Forte participated in a contest to see who could hold the longest note with Foster and Nathan Gunn, a baritone opera singer in the crowd that evening. At the conclusion of Forte’s set, Foster brought Shelea Frazier to the stage, who performed two songs from The Bodyguard including a cover of Whitney Houston’s rendition of “I Will Always Love You.” Halfway through the performance of I Will Always Love You, American Idol winner Ruben Studdard joined them on stage. David Foster said “Ruben Studdard has a talent, he can write a song on the spot. So let’s write one for tonight’s event.” The crowd names the song, ”A Cure Is On the Way” and Studdard improvised the words as he sang. The show ended with a group rendition of Hey Jude, then Michael Milken thanked David Foster and asked everyone to go to the other stage. At the other stage, guests danced the night away to Super Diamond, a Neil Diamond cover band.

 Notable attendees included: Michael & Lori Milken (Founder), Natalie Cole (Performer), David Foster (Performer), Jim Coleman & Cynthia Ott (Host), Bob & Deanna Adler (Host), Seth & Marie Bernstein (Host), Jeff & Mei Sze Greene (Host), Mitchell Modell (Host),  Glenn & Jennifer Myles (Host), Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Host; Chair, Charles Evans Foundation), Stewart Rahr (Host), Artie & Selma Rabin (Host), Dean Palin (Host), Dr. Joel Pashcow (Host), Leon & Leeza Wagner (Host), John Paulson, Joe Torre, Marla Maples, Jason Binn, Frank Luntz, Richard Kind, Former New York Governor David Patterson, Dr. Jonathan Simons (CEO, Prostate Cancer Foundation), Larry Leeds, Jerry Cohen, Brian Reynolds, Chris Oberbeck, Don Marron, Mark Philippoussis (Pro), Robert Kendrick (Pro),  Danny Govberg, Barry Sternlicht, Arik Kislin, Elaine Wynn, Neal Sroka, Jackie Rogers.

 Weekend hosts and sponsors of the Charles Evans PCF Pro-Am Tournament include: Bill & Karen Ackman; Bob & Deanna Adler; Seth & Marie Bernstein; Jim Coleman & Cynthia Ott; Larry Gagosian & Chrissy Erpf; Bonnie Pfeifer Evans; Jeff & Mei Sze Greene; The Hain Celestial Group, Inc.; Tom Lee & Ann Tenenbaum; David & Julia Koch; Bill & Phyllis Mack ; Richard Merkin, MD.;Mike & Lori Milken; Modell’s Sporting Goods; Glenn & Jennifer Myles; Dean Palin; Mickey Palin; Joel Pashcow; Artie & Selma Rabin; Stewart Rahr; Jonathan & Sheryl Sokoloff; Lady Sheila Stable; Leon & Leesa Wagner; Mort Zuckerman.

 About Prostate Cancer Foundation:

The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world’s leading philanthropic organization funding and accelerating prostate cancer research. Founded in 1993, PCF has raised more than $615 million and provided funding to more than 2,000 research programs at nearly 200 cancer centers and universities. The PCF global research enterprise now extends to 19 countries. PCF advocates for greater awareness of prostate cancer and more efficient investment of governmental research funds for transformational cancer research. Its efforts has helped produce a 20-fold increase in government funding for prostate cancer.

For further information on the PCF, please visit http://www.pcf.org/

Michael Milken  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Michael Milken
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Michael Milken, Stewart Rahr
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Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, David Foster
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Frank Luntz, Lori Milken
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Joe Torre   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Joe Torre
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Cynthia Ott, James Coleman   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Cynthia Ott, James Coleman
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John Paulson
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Marla Maples, Jason Binn   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Marla Maples, Jason Binn
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Dr. Jonathan Simons, Joel Pashcow   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Dr. Jonathan Simons, Joel Pashcow
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David Patterson
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Elaine Wynn   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Elaine Wynn
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Don Marron   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Don Marron
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Marla Maples
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Shelley Davis, Scott Davis, Larry Leeds  (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Shelley Davis, Scott Davis, Larry Leeds
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Seth Bernstein, Marie Bernstein   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Seth Bernstein, Marie Bernstein
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Sally Ein and Mark Ein
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Danny Govberg, George Meyer   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

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Brian Reynolds   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Brian Reynolds
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Jackie Rogers  (Photo Credit by Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Jackie Rogers
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Ruben Studdard   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Ruben Studdard
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Hamptons Stands For Heroes Celebrated the Extraordinary Work of The Bob Woodruff Foundation

 

Bob & Lee Woodruff hosted Hamptons Stands for Heroes, which celebrated the work of The Bob Woodruff Foundation on Friday, August 28, 2015 at the home of Joan & George Hornig with media partner Beach Magazine in Water Mill, NY.

The event, designed by Rafanelli Events, began with cocktails by Manhattan Moonshine, which debuted the world’s first premium un-aged whiskey, and beer from Montauk Brewery. In addition, guests enjoyed canapés served by Acquolina Catering,whileoverlooking the grounds of the estate. The cocktail reception featured a special performance byUS Marine Combat Veteran JW Cortes and a car display courtesy of Six Sigma Auto Group. Following the cocktail reception, guests enjoyed a special VIP dinner in the Hornig’s barn, which featured a special performance by the incomparable Rachel Brown.

Notable attendees included Lee Woodruff, Joan & George Hornig, James Lipton, Jane Hanson, Chris Cuomo, Cristina Cuomo, Gerry and Liz Byrne, Anna Throne-Holst, Adam Sikora, Robbie Browne, Yolanda Garretti, William Kehler, and Mack Woodruff.

All of the proceeds of the night will go to the Bob Woodruff Foundation, which was founded by ABC News Correspondent Bob Woodruff and his wife Lee after Bob was hit by a roadside bomb while covering the war in Iraq in January 2006. The then Co-Anchor of World News Tonight was given access to all of the proper treatment enabling him to fully recover within 13 months from the traumatic brain injury he received. Their experiences inspired them to help make sure our nation’s heroes have access to the resources they deserve, for as long as they need them.

 

Lee Woodruff (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Lee Woodruff (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

James Lipton and Joan Hornig (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

James Lipton and Joan Hornig (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

James Papandrea and Richard Steiber (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

James Papandrea and Richard Steiber (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

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Gerry Byrne, Liz Byrne (Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Anna Throne-Holst (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Anna Throne-Holst (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Kevin Dougherty, Lee Woodruff, Anne Marie Dougherty (Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Kevin Dougherty, Lee Woodruff, Anne Marie Dougherty (Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

JW Cortes, Joan Hornig  (Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

JW Cortes, Joan Hornig (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Clayton Calvert, Parker Calvert (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Clayton Calvert, Parker Calvert (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Adam Sikora, Yolanda Garretti (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Adam Sikora, Yolanda Garretti (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Mack Woodruff (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Mack Woodruff (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

William Kehler (Photo Credit: Amanda Gordon/Bloomberg)

William Kehler (Photo Credit: Amanda Gordon/Bloomberg)

David Tapia, Kimberly Jung (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

David Tapia, Kimberly Jung (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

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Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Jean Shafiroff, Julie Ratner and Sequin Hosts Cocktails to Kickoff Ellen’s Run 5K 2015

Philanthropist Jean Shafiroff, Julie Ratner and Linda Renk, Co-Founder of Sequin, hosted a cocktail reception benefiting the Ellen Hermanson Foundation at Sequin Southampton this past Sunday, August 9, 2015.

The event served as a “kick-off” event for the upcoming Ellen’s Run 5K, which will be held on Sunday, August 16, 2015. This year, the annual run/walk, which was founded to ensure access to state-of-the-art breast health care and to empower people affected by cancer, is celebrating its 20th Anniversary years of leading the fight on Breast Cancer. The event has been named “Best Event in the Hamptons” in 2012, 2013, 2014 by Dan’s Papers.

Jean Shafiroff, former honoree and chairwoman of the Ellen Hermanson Foundation’s Gala; Julie Ratner, Executive Director of the Ellen Hermanson Foundation; and Linda Renk welcomed guests including: John Awe, Fashion Designer Jackie Rogers, Cheryl Dovenberg, Hope Kramer, Dr. Jonathan Aviv, Lucia Hwong GordonGreg D’Elia, Lee Fryd, Eric Andrew, Katlean DeMonchy, Dawne Marie Grannum, Lieba Nesis, Dr. Penny Grant, John Wegorzewski, Sara Herbert Galloway, Joseph Fichera, Patrick McMullan and Flo Anthony.

Dr. Julie Ratner is the chairwoman of The Ellen Hermanson Foundation, a breast cancer charity she founded with her sister Emily Levin in memory of their younger sister Ellen Hermanson, who died of breast cancer at the age of 42 in 1995. Since its inception, the foundation has distributed more than $3.5million in grants with most of the money staying on the East End of Long Island where the rates of breast cancer diagnosis and mortality are among the highest in New York State. The foundation carries on the work Ellen began after her diagnosis by providing educational outreach to medically underserved women about the importance of early detection, psychosocial support for breast cancer survivors and access to quality medical care.

About Ellen’s Run 5K:

Ellen’s Run 5K celebrates 20 years of leading the fight against breast cancer on the East End with its annual race/walk at 9 am, Sunday, August 16. The run, sponsored by The Ellen Hermanson Foundation, and named the “Best Event in the Hamptons” for 2012, 2013 and 2014 is a community celebration of life for visitors and residents alike. The race/walk starts and ends, rain or shine, at Southampton Hospital’s Parrish Hall on Herrick Road. The 3.1 mile course runs through town, down tree and mansion-lined roads, along the ocean blocks and back. The run, one of the largest on the South Fork, is sanctioned by the Long Island branch of USA Track and Field.

For more Information on Ellen’s Run, Visit: www.ellensrun.org

About Jean Shafiroff:

Jean Shafiroff is a noted philanthropist who is actively involved as a volunteer fundraiser and leader of several charitable causes. She possesses a remarkable ability to connect different charitable groups with interested people and resources and sits on the board of eight charities. Each year she chairs, underwrites and hosts several events for many different charities. She has been honored countless times for her work.  Jean’s particular interests include charities related to women, health care, animals and the people of the cities she calls home. Jean is on the boards of New York Women’s Foundation, NYC City Mission Society, Couture Council, JBFCS, French Heritage Society, Lighthouse Advisory Board, Honorary Board of Southampton Animal Shelter and Southampton Bath and Tennis Club Charitable Foundation.  In the Hamptons, Jean is has very active with Southampton Hospital and has chaired their Summer Party three times for a total of $5.4 million raised.  She has been honored by the Ellen Hermanson Foundation in 2014 for her philanthropic work and has also chaired their 2015 Gala.  She has chaired the Southampton Animal Shelter Gala four times helping them to raise millions of dollars.   In tandem with her philanthropic responsibilities, Jean has also hosted events in honor of the entertainment industry both in New York and Los Angeles.

About Sequin:

Sequin is a NYC-based design studio founded in 2000 by sisters Kim and Linda Renk. Contemporary chic with a romantic edge, we are known for distinctive, directional jewelry that transcends fast fashion. Its line especially resonates with those who understand how to accessorize for the ultimate individual style statement. Kim & Linda, along with Creative Director Tara Malkovich, are the force behind Sequin’s vintage-inspired and fashion-forward aesthetic. Not only do they mirror the fashion industry’s seasonal schedule, debuting multiple cohesive collections 4-6 times a year, but they also travel the globe in search of inspiration and unique, high-quality materials to be incorporated into the collections. In addition to its website, Sequin jewelry can be purchased at our boutiques in resort locations across the United States. Its other stockists include major department stores like Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdales, as well as select specialty boutiques.

For more information about Sequin, Visit: www.sequin-nyc.com

Julie Ratner, Jean Shafiroff, Linda Renk (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Julie Ratner, Jean Shafiroff, Linda Renk
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John Awe, Linda Renk (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

John Awe, Linda Renk
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Jean Shafiroff, Jackie Rodgers (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jean Shafiroff, Jackie Rodgers
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Hope Kramer  (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Hope Kramer
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Cheryl Dovenberg (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Cheryl Dovenberg
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Caleigh Aviv, Dr. Jonathan Aviv, Nikki Aviv (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Caleigh Aviv, Dr. Jonathan Aviv, Nikki Aviv
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Eric Andrew (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Eric Andrew
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Dawne Marie Grannum, Flo Anthony (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Dawne Marie Grannum, Flo Anthony
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Julie Ratner, Patrick McMullan (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Julie Ratner, Patrick McMullan
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Jean Shafiroff, Gregory D'Elia (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jean Shafiroff, Gregory D’Elia
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Jeffrey Bradford, Kevin Relihan (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jeffrey Bradford, Kevin Relihan
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John Wegorzewski, Sara Herbert Galloway (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

John Wegorzewski, Sara Herbert Galloway
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Lee Fryd, Julie Ratner (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Lee Fryd, Julie Ratner
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Mary Andreassen, Alexander Andreassen (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Mary Andreassen, Alexander Andreassen
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Lucia Hwong Gordon (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Lucia Hwong Gordon
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Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Atmosphere
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The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center Held the 9th Annual Get Wild Summer Benefit

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons celebrated another year of rehabilitating and successfully releasing animals back into the wild across Long Island with its annual GET WILD Summer Gala. The event was hosted by the Marder family at the Silas Marder Gallery in Bridgehampton, NY on Saturday, August 8, 2015 and honored artists April Gornik & Eric Fischl, Amy Sullivan and Real Estate Broker Susan Penzner.

 Notable Attendees Included:Leslie Alexander (Benefactor, The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center); Leslie Alexander (Benefactor, The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center); April Gornik & Eric Fischl (Honorees, Get Wild Gala); Amy Sullivan (Honorees, Get Wild Gala); Susan Penzner (Honoree, Get Wild Gala); Peter Beard (Photographer); Dina & Steve Hanson; Anne Hearst &Jay McInerney; Linda & Ben Lambert; Howard Lorber and Jeaninne Gourin (Douglas Elliman); Nicole Miller (Fashion designer); Tony Peck & Paula Peck; Jill Rappaport (Correspondent, NBC news); Jay Schneiderman (Emcee, Get Wild Gala; Legislator); Jean Shafiroff (Philanthropist); Fred and Nancy Thiele (New York State Assemblyman); Anna Throne-Holst (Southampton Town Supervisor); Ginnie Frati (Executive Director, The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center); Shelley Berkoski (Director of Development, The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center).

 Guests enjoyed live music along with cocktails and light fare. A silent art auction, which was live on Paddle8 leading up to the event and available for guests on tablets set up around the event space. Items for auction include: Untitled by Ross Bleckner, an oil painting on canvas, valued at $10,000; April Gornik’s Reflected Sunset, valued at $7,000;  Eric Fischl’s drawing Untitled (Showering Girl From Behind), Valued at $8,000 and Aurora Borealis, an oil and spray paint on canvas, by Adam Stennett to name a few.

This year’s GET WILD Summer Gala sponsors included: Leslie Alexander; Tara Allmen, MD; Ingrid Arneberg & Will Marin; Hilaria & Alec Baldwin Foundation; Nejma & Peter Beard; Albert Behler; Peter Benedek; Rosalie Brinton; Catherine Cahill & William Bernhard; Marty & Michele Cohen; Ron Delsener; Douglas Elliman, LLC; Susan Dusenberry; Pat Garrity & Corcoran; Gentry Construction; Hamptons Magazine; Harmlesss Harvest; Karen & Jeff Hughes; Hutchinson Landscape; Frances Jones & Keith Douglas; George & Mariana Kaufman; Hon Martin J. Kerins; King Kullen; Linda & Ben Lambert; Leslie Wine; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Marston; Howard Marton; Jay McInerney; Susan Mead; Nicole Miller; Jewel & Bob Morris; Margo & Jimmy Nederlander; Norman Peck; Katharine Rayner; Agena Rigdon, DKR Shores Inc.; Dayton Ritz & Osborne; Pierce Roberts & Jonathan Canno; Press News Group; Andrew Sabin Family Foundation; Sagaponack Charitable Trust; Ellen & Chuck Scarborough; Shinnecock Animal Hospital; Brian Slaga, East West Marine; Barbara & Randall Smith; Allison Stern; Roger & Karen Stevens; Ted Moudis Associates; Jerry Turco and Holly Whitmore.

About The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center Of The Hamptons:

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the rehabilitation of wild animals impacted by encroachment of humans on their habitat. It is a grass roots organization that grew from a few concerned friends to a group of over 1000 members and supporters. The center is a full-time professional wildlife hospital staffed by licensed rehabilitators, biologists, animal behaviorists and volunteers. Over 100 people have been trained to assist in wildlife rescues. The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center is located on Munn’s Pond Park through a cooperative licensing agreement with Suffolk County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation. The center is situated on a greenbelt of public land parcels totaling several thousand acres and stretches from Tiana Bay to Peconic Bay located on the eastern end of Long Island, NY. This is a unique and irreplaceable ecosystem consisting of salt and fresh water wetlands, Pine Barrens, deciduous forest and meadowland. It is the perfect setting for a wildlife rehabilitation center. The hospital is designed exclusively for wild animals. Unlike a veterinary hospital, there are no ambient noises or smells to stress the wildlife that are recovering within. The Wildlife Rescue Center receives over 10,000 calls each year for information or assistance with wild animal encounters. We also provide educational programs to local elementary and secondary schools. Students from local colleges participate in cooperative education programs and internships. The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center annual operating budget exceeds $350,000, almost all of which comes from the generosity of people like you. Thank you for your continued support and generosity.

For more information, visit: www.wildliferescuecenter.org 

Susan Penzner, Amy Sullivan, Eric Fishl and April Gornik  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Susan Penzner, Amy Sullivan, Eric Fishl and April Gornik
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Jill Rappaport  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Jill Rappaport
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Nicole Miller (Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Nicole Miller
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Peter Beard  (Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Peter Beard
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Adena Rigdon, Shelley Berkoski, Leslie Alexander, and Elizabeth Brown  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Adena Rigdon, Shelley Berkoski, Leslie Alexander, and Elizabeth Brown
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Howard Lorber and  Jennine Gourin  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Howard Lorber and Jennine Gourin
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Tony Peck, Paula Peck, Anne Hearst, and Jay McInerney (Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Tony Peck, Paula Peck, Anne Hearst, and Jay McInerney
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Charles Marder (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Charles Marder
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Honorees Eric Fischl and April Gornik  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Honorees Eric Fischl and April Gornik
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Ginny Frati and Andy Sabin (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Ginny Frati and Andy Sabin
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Jean Shafiroff (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker)

Jean Shafiroff
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Dina Hanson and Steve Hanson (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Dina Hanson and Steve Hanson
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Anna Throne-Holst and Jay Schneiderman (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Anna Throne-Holst and Jay Schneiderman
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Tucker Marder, Isla Hansen (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Tucker Marder, Isla Hansen
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Ben Lambert, Linda Lambert, and Jill Rappaport (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Ben Lambert, Linda Lambert, and Jill Rappaport
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Ginni Frati  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Ginni Frati
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Atmosphere  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Atmosphere
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