GBK, The Fashion Group International, and legendary New York fashion designer, Patricia Field hosted a New York Fashion Week kick- off party to benefit the LIM Fashion Education Foundation, which is an independent 501 c3 non-profit dedicated to raising funds for student scholarships and educational enhancements and has awarded more than 1 million dollars in scholarships based on merit, since 1979.
This week on FM Magazine, Deb Gordon spotlighted “Out of the Clear Blue Sky” with the film’s director Danielle Gardner.
The Komen Greater NYC Race for the Cure® is happening on Sunday, September 8th and Deb Gordon’s guest was Linda Tantawi, CEO of The Greater New York City Affiliate of Susan G. Komen®, which was started in 1990 and has grown to become one of the largest funders of breast cancer research.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Shreya Malena-Sannon, Interim Executive Director of Sadie Nash Leadership Project, which was founded in 2001 to promote leadership among young women and to strengthen and empower them to affect change in their lives and in the world.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Jim Dennison, 10 year lung cancer survivor and Event Organizer for the Free to Breathe® Morris County 3.5 Mile Walk which benefits the National Lung Cancer Partnership, a non-profit made up of leading doctors, researchers, patient advocates and lung cancer survivors, that has awarded millions for research to help patients live longer and better lives.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Rachel Weinstein, Vice President/Chief Development and Communications Officer at Volunteers of America Greater New York, which is one of the oldest and largest human services organizations providing a variety of services to help homeless families and individuals in shelters receive the critical care and vital services that they need.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Alison Kase, spokesperson for Family to Family, which was founded in 2002 with the goal of easing the burden of hunger and poverty in the poorest communities. Although Family to Family started out as a hunger relief organization, it became an integral lifeline for the people of Broad Channel, New York after their town was severely impacted by Superstorm Sandy.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Alison Tocci, President and CEO of City Parks Foundation which is the only independent non profit organization that offers park programs in all five boroughs of New York City. City Parks Foundation works in over 750 parks citywide, with a broad range of free arts, sports, and education programs.
Deb Gordon’s guests were Jenny Morgenthau, Executive Director of the Fresh Air Fund and Benjamin Nwachukwu a former Fresh Air Fund child. The Fresh Air Fund is an organization that places thousands of underserved New York City children with volunteer host families in the United States and Canada during the summertime, and also sends them to upstate New York camps.
Deb Gordon spotlighted Pride Week with guest Chris Frederick, Managing Director of Heritage of Pride, which supports the LGBT community and organizes the many events that make up Pride week in New York, including the Pride March on Sunday, June 30.