New York, NY (PRWEB) May 15, 2013
On Thursday, May 16th at the Bowery Hotel in Manhattan, hundreds of young philanthropists will come together for The Fortune Society’s Third Annual Spring Soiree, supporting life-changing programs and services for men and women coming out of jail and prison. The soiree is hosted by The Fortune Society’s Junior Committee and Co-Chairs Louise Tabbiner, Luke Weil and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter John Forte.
The evening will feature a cocktail reception and will honor acclaimed documentary filmmaker Eugene Jarecki (Why We Fight, Trials of Henry Kissinger and The House I Live In), for his work to promote awareness about America's criminal justice system and the profound human rights implications of U.S. drug policy.
Those expected to attend include socialite, model and fashion editor Amanda Hearst, gallery director Bettina Prentice, Princess Khaliya Aga Khan, fashion and luxury brand consultant Ali Wise, supermodel May Andersen, wealth manager Topper Mortimer, fashion designer Charlotte Ronson, star of Dallas’ Most Eligible Bachelor Matt Nordgren, socialite and blogger Dori Cooperman, philanthropist and arts patron Fabiola Beracasa, financier Alejandro Santo Domingo, Sports Illustrated model Julie Henderson and PR executives Rich & Tamie Thomas.
The Fortune Society hosts its Annual Spring Soiree fundraiser honoring Eugene Jarecki, acclaimed documentary filmmaker (Why We Fight, Trials of Henry Kissinger and The House I Live In). The event is sponsored by Fortune’s Junior Committee including co-chairs Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter John Forte, Louise Tabbiner and Luke Weil.
May 16, 2013; Recommended press time, 9:15 p.m.- 10:30 p.m.
Bowery Hotel, 335 Bowery, New York City