GAL APPROVED! A Divaliciously Social Summer 2017. Get Your Zen In!By The DivaGals | August 11, 2017 | Gal Approved
July was a fun month to support great causes while attending cool events and you nothing makes a diva glow brighter than having a generous spirit. Let’s make it habit to give a little gift weekly to a charity of choice!
GIVE. The American Cancer Society hosted its first ever Taste of Hope Comes to Broadway sponsored by Wells Fargo at 318 West 47th St., a lux new condominium by Halsted Property Development Marketing. The evening was a salute to Broadway and raised much-needed funds for the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge NYC. Guests sipped on summer wines and enjoyed delicious tastes provided by Chef Michael Ferraro from Delicatessen and Chef Julian Medina from Toloache. Even if you missed the event, don’t miss the opportunity to give … firstname.lastname@example.org
If you love all creatures great and small … how about giving to Wild Life Rescue Center? Your donation can make a difference to the lives of injured and orphaned wildlife. Learn more at wildliferescuecenter.org.
If you support prenatal care for women worldwide, here is the intel on a very lux giving event! Bradford Rand, alongside his internationally-recognized event company RAND Luxury, had a gorgeous Southampton estate. This posh and super lux charity event supported Every Mother Counts, a charitable organization providing access to safe and accessible prenatal care and childbirth services to women around the globe.
ATTEND. Get your ohmmm on next weekend! The Lovelight Yoga + Arts Festival, a family friendly transformational gathering, is taking place from Aug. 18 to Aug. 21 at Camp Ramblewood in Darlington, Md. Woodstock ’69 Festival producer Michael Lang brings Maryland The Lovelight Yoga + Arts Festival, an extended weekend event celebrating Enlightenment and The Arts, headlined by Kirtan rockstar Krishna Das, Yoga pioneer Sri Dharma Mittra, Matisyahu, #WBWD Trevor Hall, MC YOGI and Integral Yoga president Swami Asokananda. The Lovelight Festival features over 100 workshops, concerts and classes for ages 6 to 60. This line-up is designed to celebrate the evolution of yoga and spirituality – from the grassroots of the 60’s counterculture to the modern yoga studio and emerging Transformational Arts movement. The Lovelight festival offers a wide range of musical performances, over 75 yoga classes, theme camps, drum circles, unique vendors, art installations, immersions, IDM (intelligent dance music) DJs, healing and transformational subjects., and high vibrations to keep the mood elevated. No alcohol or meat is served: food options are vegetarian and vegan. It’s zen without sin! Tickets and info can be found at lovelightfestival.com.
photo credit: NYT