| Apr 15, 2013 |
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House gala raises $1.3 million
Boh staff
By Staff

A favorite charity of the design community, the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House hosted “High Society,” its annual Spring Gala Benefit at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City, raising $1,350,000 for the charity.

The evening, sponsored by VERANDA magazine, featured 41 tables, each decorated by a renowned designer who used the High Society theme as his or her inspiration.

Bunny Williams and John Rosselli served as Honorary Design Chairs for the gala, which honored Caroline and Thompson Dean, long-time board members and generous supporters of the Neighborhood House.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House gala raises $1.3 million

Brooke Gomez's table design

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House gala raises $1.3 million

Scalamandré's table design

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House gala raises $1.3 million

Nicole Gibbons' table design

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House gala raises $1.3 million

Stark by Mr Call Designs' table design

Many of the top names in the fashion and interior design worlds came out to support the cause including Tory Burch, Vera Wang, David Kleinberg, Katie Ridder, Christopher Spitzmiller, David Duncan, Lindsay Coral Harper, Ashley and Chad Stark (whose table was designed by Jon Call for MR CALL DESIGNS), Richard Keith Langham, Harry Heissmann, McMillen Inc., Allison Hennessy, and Brooke Gomez.

Since 1894, the Neighborhood House has served those in need who live, work or attend school on the East Side of Manhattan. It provides an extensive array of effective and integrated human services—social, educational, legal, health, housing, mental health, nutritional and fitness—which significantly improve the lives of 20,000 people in need each year.

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