Events not to be missed benefiting our partners, Broadway, and the LGBT community.
Beat the Blues to Save Lives
Please come to an amazing event with legends in jazz and blues who will play and tell their stories of inspiration to benefit the Jed Foundation – on March 23rd
Beat the Blues to Save Lives will be an uplifting night of great music and entertainment held at the famous B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in Times Square, NYC on Thursday, March 23, 2017. Hosted by CNN’s Randi Kaye (Emmy Award winning anchor, correspondent and investigative reporter) and featuring some of the top names in the music industry taking the stage to perform their iconic songs and share their personal messages of hope and inspiration around beating depression and raising awareness for suicide prevention. feat. Ruthie Foster, Dana Fuchs, The Apocalypse Blues Revue, Live Painting by Eric Waugh & More!
See more info on the B.B. King Blues Club website! Thanks to John McPhee for being our partner and helping our kids.
BEAT THE BLUES TO SAVE LIVES
w/ THE BLIND BOYS OF ALABAMA
THE APOCALYPSE BLUES REVUE
& BILL HELLER
Hosted by CNN’s RANDI Howard Kaye
Live Painting During the Show by
March 23 @ 7pm
Our event includes:
- Cocktails featured by Belvedere & Moet Hennessey
- Hors d’oeuvres
- VIP lounge filled with celebrities, notables and some of the evening runway models
- Silent Auction with hundreds of curated items
- Live Auction with 4 to 6 incredible lots hammered by Christies
- Culminating in the sexiest men’s NYC runway show of the season. The leading supermodels from around world walk the runway showcasing the best of Spring ’17 from Jeffrey’s New York
This year’s event benefits three amazing LGBT charities and they need our help more than ever. Proceeds will be split equally between the Elton John Aids Foundation, Hetrick Martin Institute, and Lambda Legal.
Jeffrey Fashion Cares New York always features a celebrity Co-Host. In past years, JFC New York has been co-hosted by Andrew Rannells, Zachary Quinto, Emmy Rossum, and Anna Chlumsky. The event also recognizes one individual with the Jeffrey Fashion Cares Community Leadership Award. Past honorees have included Peter Staley, Peter Wilson, Terrence Meck of The Palette Fund, and Jerry Mitchell.
At the event, we will honor Kiehl’s Since 1851 President Chris Salgardo for his amazing work for the LGBT community.
This year’s host and honoree to be announced soon.
An evening not to be missed!