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Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2013: Benefit for Non-Profit Organizations That Improve the Lives of People Living With HIV/AIDS and the LGBTQ Community

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Jeffrey Fashion Cares was established in 1992 in Atlanta, GA, by Jeffrey Kalinsky, fashion pioneer and community leader. He launched the first-ever Jeffrey Fashion Cares event to heighten awareness of the plight of people living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBTQ community.

When Jeffrey brought his fashion show and reception benefit to New York in 2003, he brought with it a legacy of community involvement and philanthropy. In just 8 years, the event has raised almost $4 Million for LGBT and LGBT youth charities here in New York City. And each year, Jeffrey Fashion Cares attracts and hosts an A-List guest-list of socially-minded luminaries including philanthropists, top celebrities, famous socialites, fashion executives and designers, international marketing, sales, and banking executives, media executives and editors, well-known models, stars of film, stage, and television, and world-renowned artists.

Find out much much information and how to be part of this experience go HERE

 

Tuesday, April 2, 2013
on the Intrepid,
Pier 86 @ 46th Street, NYC

On April 2nd, Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2013 brings together fashion’s most fabulous for a dazzling evening of cocktails, a silent auction, and haute couture on the runway. Join the leading International Fashion and Luxury companies as they come together with New York City’s charitable and social communities to benefit four of the most worthy non-profit organizations that improve the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBTQ community.

Past years’ auctions have included luxurious cadeaux by Prada, Gucci, Diesel, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Etro and more. Your generous ticket purchase and enviable auction buys benefit the important work of Lambda Legal, The Hetrick Martin Institute, The AIDS Community Research Initiative of America (ACRIA) and The Point Foundation.

 

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