Haiti Week Celebrations And Fundraising For Charity

All of the proceeds from "Haiti Week" will go to one of The Global Syndicate’s beneficiaries, Hollywood Unites for Haiti, to help the organization complete building a school for the children of a small town called, Cadet

[Global: Haiti]

Haiti Week 2010, December 6th-10th
Global Syndicate’s Haiti Project hosts “Haiti Week,” a series of
dynamic and festive events taking place every evening beginning Monday,
December 6, and lasting through the week.

All of the proceeds
from “Haiti Week” will go to one of The Global Syndicate’s
beneficiaries, Hollywood Unites for Haiti, to help the organization
complete building a school for the children of a small town called,
Cadet. “This will be an opportunity for New York City once again show
our continued support for the challenges currently facing Haiti and more
specifically, the kids of Cadet,” says Jacques-Philippe Piverger, one
of the chief organizers.

Confirmed attendees and supporters
include U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand from New York; Jeffrey Wright an
activist and actor whose credit includes Casino Royale, Quantum of
Solace, W, and A Free Man of Color; Mpule Kwelagobe, the media
personality, a spokesperson and Miss Universe, 1999; Gbenga Akinnagbe,
the actor, whose credits include The Wire, The Good Wife, and Nurse

Others are Randal Pinkett, winner of Donald
Trump’s Apprentice, and author, and founder of BCT Partners; Anthony
Anderson, an  actor and comedian; Millen Magese, Miss Tanzania and a
super model; DJ Rich Medina; DJ Questlove, of The Roots; New York
Assemblyman Hakim Jeffries; New York Assemblyman Karim Camara; LEBO M, introducing REFI on her New York City debut performance of Circle of Life from the LION KING BROADWAY.

will start the evening with a Belvedere sponsored drink special and for
those who have not yet been to Gild Hall it is a meticulously designed
intimate, small, venue which speaks to a sophisticated palette,”
organizers say in a statement.

Dinner and drink specials are
also available–the attire is business. Suggested contribution for all
events are $25, $50, $75, $100, $250, and other.  Register

Overall artistic curation by Wyatt– “Tent Life: Haiti”

Here’s the breakdown for the week.

Monday @ Libertine
Address: Gild Hall- A Thompson Hotel, 15 Gold Street, New York, NY 10038. Time: 6p-11p. Music by: DJ CEO
Holiday celebration catering to influential members of The Global
Syndicate’s network.  Attendees will range across industries, but will
generally have attained some level of notoriety in their field.  Dinner
and drink specials will be available.  Attire is business.  Fifteen
minute program starts at 8p.  Sponsored by Belvedere.

Tuesday @ La Merde
Address: THE PARLOUR – WWW.THEPARLOUR.COM 247 W. 30TH(7TH & 8TH) CLOSER TO 8TH AVE. Time: 7p-11p
Holiday celebration catering to the next generation of business leaders
from across finance, legal, marketing, politics, and other
disciplines.  Dinner and drink specials will be available.  Attire is
business casual.  Fifteen minute Program starts at 8p.

Wednesday @ Green House
Address: 150 Varick Street @ Spring. Time: 7p-11p. Music by: Christopher Sealey, Stimulus & Parler

Concept: Entertainment
industry focused holiday celebration.  Early drink specials will be
available.  Attire is trend setter chique.  Fifteen minute program
starts at 8p.

Thursday @ Brooklyn Bowl
Address: 61 Wythe Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211   (718)963-3369. Time: 7p-12am. Music by: Dar Riser, Jon Quick & Deluxe

Concept: Eclectic
downtown Brooklyn crowd place their stamp on Haiti Week. This event
will tie in with Quest Love’s weekly event and guarantees to be
special.  Dinner and drink specials will be available.  Attire is
Brooklyn eclectic.  Fifteen minute program starts at 8p.  Free drink
with contribution of $25 or more.

Friday @ The Freedom Party
Address: Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleeker Street, New York, NY, 10012, Phone: 212-505-FISH (3474)
Time: 11p-4am, Guest list closes at 12am. Music by DJ Herbert, Cosi, Marc Smooth & Rich Medina
Concept: We
will end Haiti Week properly with “off the wall” dancing at The Freedom
Party hosted by DJs Herbert, Cosi, and Marc Smooth!  After 7 years,
this party is still rated the best dance party in NYC by party
aficionados and the press;  and on December 10th special guest DJ Rich
Medina will be on the turn tables ensuring the GET DOWN!  Attire is
Freedom—be yourself because we like you as you are.  11p-12a open bar
sponsored by Cazadores Tequila!

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