New Yorkers came out for causes last night! WGIRLS partied in their Tiaras at Tenjune to help disadvantaged women, and Kate Nash rocked out with Music Unites in Midtown Manhattan to benefit music education in underfunded inner city schools. Philanthropy never looked this good!
The 2nd Annual WGIRLSNYC Ties & Tiaras
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The WGIRLS NYC hosted their 2nd Annual Ties & Tiaras to benefit Project GLaM (Granting Lasting Memories) and help outfit 2,000 economically disadvantaged young women for their proms. Guests sipped Michael David Winery and Blue Ice Vodka as they danced to music by DJ Normalize.
Music Unites Kate Nash Outreach
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Kate Nash and Music Unites met with students from the Women’s Excellence Academy in the Bronx last night at the Project All Stars midtown Manhattan location. As an extension of Nash's Rock N' Roll For Girls After School Club, Nash reaches out to young teens pursuing their musical inspirations, and discusses what it means to achieve this dream.
[Kate Nash, Founder of Music Unites Michelle Edgar]