Give back in style this season at these high-profile charity galas and events.
The Frick Collection’s beloved Young Fellows Ball is one of the city’s premier philanthropic events.
Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation For Cancer Research’s star-studded event, which has been attended by A-listers like Pharrell, the Kardashians, Usher and more, will be hosted by Tamron Hall and honor those who have made significant humanitarian and philanthropic contributions in support of cancer research. Cipriani Wall Street, 55 Wall St.
American Ballet Theatre will take over the David H. Koch Theater this season for its anticipated annual fall gala. ABT Principal Dancers and rising talents will perform, and guests will enjoy a dinner, as well as a Champagne reception prior to the performance. 20 Lincoln Center Plaza
The American Museum of Natural History’s gala is always an elegant event.
Held at The Plaza, New York Landmarks Conservancy’s 50th annual Living Landmarks Celebration will honor another class of exceptional New Yorkers, including Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Paul Goldberger, President of The New York Public Library Anthony W. Marx, CBRE CEO Mary Ann Tighe and more. 768 Fifth Ave.
The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children will host its annual fall gala at the iconic Rainbow Room this season. Emmy Award-winner Mo Rocca will host the evening, where two philanthropic companies, Golden Door and Lemonade Inc., will be honored with the organization’s Strength of Our Society Award. 30 Rockefeller Plaza
The American Museum of Natural History’s gala celebrates the museum’s efforts to expand the boundaries of human knowledge and foster science literacy. Guests will have access to the museum’s halls, a dinner and riveting musical entertainment. 200 Central Park West
The 72nd Winter Ball to benefit the New York Junior League will take place on Feb. 24 at Cipriani South Street. Guests will enjoy a benefactor reception, cocktails, awards, a live auction and dancing. The event raises funds for the NYJL’s community projects and volunteers who work on improving New York’s communities. The evening will also feature an awards ceremony presented by the NYJL to its most outstanding volunteers. Cipriani South Street, 10 South St.
The School of American Ballet will host its 90th Anniversary Ball, formerly known as Winter Ball, in February. The black-tie soiree will include an original piece choreographed and performed by SAB students. Funds raised will support the school’s scholarship program, which supports more than 40% of SAB students. David H. Koch Theater, 20 Lincoln Center Plaza
The Frick Collection’s iconic Young Fellows Ball is one of the most anticipated events on New York’s social calendar. Held at Frick Madison 23 years after its inception, the buzzy annual soiree benefits the Frick’s Educational Department, which serves students from all five boroughs across the city. Frick Madison, 945 Madison Ave. at 75th St.
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