Project Runway All Stars’ Mondo Guerra to Host “Unmask AIDS,” Annual Gala Benefit for AIDS Service Center NYC
November 13, 2012
NEW YORK, Nov. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ —
Celebrity Masks by: Michael Bastian, Chris Benz, Charlotte Ronson, Patricia Underwood, Rolando Santana, Wendy Williams, and host Mondo Guerra
WHAT: Unmask AIDS, the annual fall gala benefiting ASCNYC WHEN: Thursday, November 29, 6:00-10:00pm. Red-carpet and celebrity photo ops! WHERE: Bryant Park Grill 25 West 40th Street New York City WHY: Host Mondo Guerra helps us "unmask" the stigma that still persists around HIV/AIDS. Michael Bastian, Chris Benz, Charlotte Ronson, Patricia Underwood, and Rolando Santana are among New York's elite fashion designers whose one-of-a-kind masks, uniquely created for Unmask AIDS will be featured on live auction with celebrity auctioneer CK Swett. Honoring Paul Chapman, ABC Carpet & Home, and Sean Strub, The Sero Project and founder of POZ Magazine, with this year's "Positive Changemaker" awards for their courageous advocacy of people living with HIV/AIDS. Join us - along with hundreds of business, healthcare, and civic leaders - and enjoy a cocktail reception, buffet, silent auction, and live jazz by Matt Parker & Friends. Check out www.ascnyc.org/unmask for more information and event photos! WHO: AIDS Service Center NYC (ASCNYC) helps New Yorkers affected by AIDS and other chronicillnesses take charge of their health and reclaim their lives. ASCNYC innovative peer education, access to healthcare, and safe-practice counseling services foster self-respect, personal responsibility, and connection to community. Every year, we help more than 14,000 NYC residents make a positive change in their lives. Unmask AIDS directly benefits people living with HIV and other chronic illnesses Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with all event related questions, or visit www.ascnyc.org. TICKETS: Reserve exclusively at www.ascnyc.org/unmask/tickets. Orcall212.645.0875, x 303. Must be 21 to attend. All proceeds go to benefit ASCNYC's peer education services and basic needs programs, providing food, transportation, housing placement, and connection to healthcare.
SOURCE AIDS Service Center NYC
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