Host Committee: Sara Anderson, Manu Singh, Tamara Jerardo, Lisa Bhargava, Lena Kotani, Liz Dubin, Nicole Brescia, Tamara Lee, Lindsey Boylan, Pete Clock, Michelle Javian, Megan Sterrett, Jessica Melore One hour open bar (wine, beer and vodka), drink specials all night, raffle, food, and prize for best costume! DJ Whathisname Sponsors Soprano Wines Pangea Restaurant Fiat […]
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On behalf of Harboring Hearts Housing, we would like to cordially invite you to our “Inaugural Spring Community Event” on May 11th, 2010 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the brand new Vivian and Seymour Milstein Family Heart Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital. As we continue to raise funds and awareness about our organization we want to begin […]
From the original article: MP friend Catherine Schuller fought her way through the snow today to go to the Go Red Luncheon at the Waldorf Astoria in midtown Manhattan. They raised 20% more than last year dispute the snow, it was a fabulous turnout. Harboring Hearts Housing co-founder, Yuki Kotani was also present at the luncheon. This non-profit provides affordable temporary […]
Lifetime’s Remarkable Women campaign honors extraordinary women who inspire and empower others to make a difference in their communities and the world.
Hosted by Do Good! Tickets are $65 purchased in advance and $80 (cash only) at the door depending on availability. (100% of the donation will go to Harboring Hearts Housing’s mission) The first 250 people to purchase tickets will receive an amazing gifts bag so make sure to get your tickets early.
Women face choices every day. Some choices aren’t important, while others are life changing. That’s why Go Red For Women held a nationwide search last February to find women who are choosing to live better and making life-saving choices for their hearts.
Created a team from Harboring Hearts to fight heart disease and stroke by participating in the American Heart Association’s Start! Heart Walk/Run.