The Circuit, November 21st 2008 with Featured Charity, Aid for the World

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Models strutted their stuff at the Spicerack Fashion Runway benefiting Tikva orphanage. Over 400 guests enjoyed a fashion show, open bar, dancing and drinks at Touch. See More Photos!     (Photo: Gary Flom)

Inbal Baum and Mauricio Kaufmann joined over 300 young leaders to support JNFuture’s 2nd Annual gala, Garden of Eden at NYC hot spot, Tenjune. Guests enjoyed an evening of live music by the Brian Newman Swing Band, DJ RB, drinks, a sushi demonstration, silent auction and more. See More Photos!     (Photo: Ben Gabbe Photography)

 

 

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Tues, Nov 25th:
Best event to kick it with Pelé: The Littlest Lamb Annual Fundraising Gala at the beautiful Battery Gardens in NYC with special guest, Pelé. Enjoy a night of fine dining and entertainment, all with stunning views of the Statue of Liberty.  All proceeds go towards the building of an orphanage in Egypt.




 

Sat, Dec 6th:
Best event to "get down" for a great cause: Join the Young Friends of St. Jude at their 2nd Annual Winter Gala. This year's Gala will feature Live Music, DJ, 5 Hour Open Bar, Fantastic Tastings from some of New York City's finest restaurants, a Silent Auction, and Multiple Raffles.





 

Sun, Dec 7th:
Best shopping event to make a difference: 
Join Ivanka Trump as she welcomes Miracle on Madison Avenue, a NYC holiday tradition that brings together a caring community of shoppers and merchants to help children who depend on the vital health care services of The Children's Aid Society.



 

 

Tues, Dec 9th:
Best event to do some heavy petting: Join the Young Professionals' Committee for Winter Wonderland, a holiday cocktail party and "friendraiser" in support of Animal Haven at AH SoHo. Enjoy mingling, music, food, a premium raffle and specialty cocktails provided by Bulldog Gin 100% of each $45 ticket will directly benefit the homeless dogs & cats at Animal Haven.
 

 
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Featured Charity: Aid for the World

 
Aid for the World is a not-for-profit organization designed to bring support for communities in crisis in the United States and abroad. This is done by strategically identifying areas in need - locally, nationally and internationally – and then implementing plans for long-term growth and change.

Aid for the World will be hosting their first annual gala benefit "Leadership In Action" with featured Keynote Speaker General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.). He will speak on "Diplomacy: Persuasion, Trust and Values" and AID will be honoring His Excellence President Peirre Nkurunzia of Burundi.
With only 1000 seats available, this unforgettable evening will also have performance by the Grammy and CMA award winning Peasall Sisters and The Orphan Unification Drummers of Burundi. Orphaned by war, twelve children come together, each from a different province of the nation and create drum music as part of a unification, reconciliation and healing.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

For more information, sponsorship opportunities or VIP inquiries please contact:
Melissa Hoffman:
mhoffman@aidfortheworld.org or call 347-522-1742
 
Featured Young Philanthropist - Chudney Ross
 

Meet Chudney Ross, the beautiful, multi-talented youngest daughter of Diana Ross. 

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA 
Alma Mater: Georgetown University (Double majored in English and Fine Arts)
Occupation: Writer, TV Host, Entrepreneur. I recently signed my very first book deal with Harper Collins for a series of Middle Readers (Chapter books with pictures for 8-10 year olds). I’m also in the process of starting a really cool child-centered business with a friend from college. Our goal is to bring the fun back to reading while supporting literacy and giving back to the community at large.
Charities You Feel Closest To: Any and all children’s charitable causes. Notably Teach For America, Cure Kids Cancer, & Keep a Child Alive.
Recent Events You've Been To: I recently attended NY Fashion Week and walked in Zang Toi’s Charity Fashion Show benefiting Live Strong, The Lance Armstrong Foundation. During LA Fashion Week, I attended The Wet In Cement Fashion Event sponsored by Saks and benefiting Operation Smile.

Next Event On Your Calendar:  I wish I could attend the upcoming Angel Ball in New York. I went last year and it is such a wonderful event for such a worthwhile cause. My grandmother died of Breast Cancer and so I am a huge advocate of Cancer charities as well. Denise Rich is an amazing woman raising money and awareness. With woman like her, a cure for cancer is not far out of reach.
Favorite Book of the Moment: Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
Favorite Restaurant: I don’t have a favorite restaurant BUT I love food! Italian food, Thai food, Ethiopian food, steaks, even fast food, but no sushi! I’m not a big fan of fish. 
Favorite Bar or Lounge: I’m pretty low key. I love a margarita with friends at Cabo Cantina in LA or wine at Pastis in New York.
Item You Can't Live Without: My beach cruiser (its pink with green flames) and lip-gloss.
Your Favorite Date Spot: On a blanket at the beach, under the stars with a bottle of wine and some cookies.
Paris, London, Milan or NYC?: I love New York and London. I lived in Paris when I was young, but have never been a big fan. I think I need to go back as an adult. I never spent much time in Milan. 
Uptown or Downtown Girl?: I grew up on the Upper Eastside of New York, so I’m probably an Uptown girl, but I would like to think of myself as a hip and cool Downtown gal. 
Union Square or Central Park?: I love Central Park (so does my dog Peanut). Did you know there is free WI-FI through out the park? You can sit anywhere and peruse the Internet! LOVE IT! 

Go-To Designer: Alice and Olivia. I love love love dresses and Alice and Olivia makes some really cute ones!
Shoes or Bags: Shoes shoes shoes! You can get away with wearing a cheap dress if you have a killer pair of shoes. My new favorite are patent leather Louboutins that my sister gave me as hand-me-downs!
Most Dangerous Store: In LA, Fred Segal and in New York, Bloomingdales.
Favorite Channel/TV Show:  E! Network.  I love to keep up with all celebrity gossip! 
Other Hobbies and Fun Facts: I’m an outdoorsy girl. I taught skiing in Aspen, CO for 7 years. While I was there I had the opportunity to work with A Grassroots Aspen Experience, a program designed to save lives by empowering young people to make positive choices. I taught skiing to at-risk teens from all over the United States. I will never forget my involvement with this wonderful program. I also have a PADI certified Master Scuba Diver. I’m obsessed with my two 2 dogs Peanut and Brody. Peanut has an agent and was recently on Ugly Betty. I am also thinking about training him to be a therapy dog. He is the real star of the family!
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To advertise, please contact Justin@CharityHappenings.org or (646) 383-3441
 

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