Russell Simmons Celebrates Valentine’s Day By Honoring Zac Posen and Others Who Care About Arts Education
Russell Simmons’ 3rd annual Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation Rush HeARTS Education Valentine’s Day Luncheon hosted by Cynthia Nixon, was held earlier today at The Plaza Hotel and honored designer Zac Posen; model and UNHCR Ambassador, Alek Wek; and Tony award winning actress, Patina Miller. Grammy winning R& B artist Tamia performed.
Deb Gordon’s guest was clinical psychologist and Ms. Wheelchair NY, Dr. Danielle Sheypuk, who will be making her New York Fashion Week debut “walking” designer Carrie Hammer’s runway on Thursday February 6th.
Ms. Desmond discussed Bent On Learning’s plans to expand to include more underserved young people. Towards that end, the organization is always looking for new supporters…
Deb Gordon spotlighted National Mentoring Month with guests, Matilda Raffa Cuomo – Former First Lady of New York and Founder of Mentoring USA; Stephen Powell, the organization’s Executive Director; and New York meteorologist and TV & radio personality, Mr. G.
Spotlighted the Resources for Children with Special Needs Special annual Special Camp Fair happening on Saturday, January 26th at the Pennsylvania Hotel.
This week, Deb Gordon’s guest was Alison Cohen, Senior Director of Programs at WhyHunger.
Bergdorf Goodman known for its lavish and whimsical window displays had its first ever “Holidays On Ice” windows reveal Tuesday night with a one of kind spectacular that featured dancers from the Brooklyn based, STREB […]
Deb Gordon’s guest was Michele Przypyszny, Executive Director of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) New York City Chapter, which is the organization’s largest chapter dedicated to finding cures for blood cancers and improving the […]
In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, Deb Gordon discusses the impact of environmental changes on recent storms with Amy Goldsmith, New Jersey State Director of Clean Water Action, which is a non-profit environmental organization that works to educate and inform the community about environmental issues and encourage people to take action.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Camille Zamora, Co-Founding Director of Sing for Hope, a not for profit that utilizes volunteer artists from multiple genres to uplift, teach and transform the under-resourced in schools, community centers and healthcare facilities.