Parties & Events

New Yorkers for Children’s Fifteenth Annual Fall Gala

Wednesday, October 1, 2014


Last night, New York’s most fashionable philanthropists gathered at Cipriani 42 for New Yorkers for Children’s fifteenth annual fall gala, presented by Chloe and David Yurman. The event is one of the most high-profile annual fundraising event of New York’s charity season, raising over $1.2 million annually to benefit youths in New York City’s foster care system.

This year’s gala honored Michael J. Dowling, President and CEO of North Shore-LIJ Health System, who has served as a longtime supporter of New Yorkers for Children and children in foster care. Grammy Award Winning singer/rapper, Estelle, served as entertainment for the evening. Co-Chairs of this year’s Fall Gala include Lise and Michael Evans,  Dayssi and Paul Kanavos, Christine and Richard Mack, and Stephanie Winston and David Wolkoff.

Guests included model Julie Henderson, British model and actress Selita Ebanks, New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz, Creative Director Jen Brill, model Lindsay Ellingson, former New York Fire commissioner and lawyer Nicholas and Susan Scoppetta, model Kelly Rohrbach, actress Jemima Kirke, record executive Kevin Liles, investor Julie Macklowe, Executive Director of New Yorkers for Children Susan Magazine, Director of Development at New Yorkers for Children Amy McFarland, President and CEO of Lebenthal and Company Alexandra Lebenthal, Marketing and Advertising Executive Annelise Peterson, Actress and Philanthropist Coralie Charriol Paul, Fashion Director Lucy Sykes Rellie and Euan Rellie, reporter Lola Ogunnaike, model and socialite Elettra Wiedemann, news anchor Brooke Baldwin, designer Rachel Roy, TV Personality Jonathan Cheban, art collector Beth Rudin DeWoody, socialite Tinsley Mortimer, interior designer Carol Mack, and Oscar PR Girl Erika Bearman and Jonathan Bearman.



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