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National WWII Museum hosts the Whitney Bank “Victory Ball.”
PRC celebrates restoration successes in restored Saenger Theater.
The Shops at Canal Place plays host to summer style for the Ogden.
WYES toasts its “Producers Circle” with a June gala.
NOCCA puts some “Art & Soul” into 2014 gala.
Bridge House/Grace House recognizes “Women of Substance.”
Youth Empowerment Project celebrates 10 years of helping the next generation of New Orleanians.
The National Kidney Foundation of Louisiana hosts celebrity chef gala.
Innocence Project celebrates 13 years of exonerations.
Neighborhood Development Foundation throws a “House Party.”
Tipitina’s Foundation’s “Instruments A Comin’.”
Catholic Charities’ ACCESS annual “Jazz Brunch.”
New Orleans entrepreneurs honored at awards ceremony and gala.
Project Lazarus honors “Guardian Angels” at annual gala.
Documentary film premiere of Toussaint: A Tribute.
The 37th annual “Whitney Zoo-To-Do.”
The LPO’s “Fabergé Opus Ball.”
New Orleans Jazz Orchestra’s “The Big Beat” Gala.
The Men and Women of Fashion honored fashion and philanthropy.
French Quarter Festival’s 2014 “Opening Gala.”
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A “Venetian Carnevale” temporarily replaced our traditional New Orleans Carnival with Longue Vue House and Gardens’ fundraising gala “Sentimental Journeys,” which was held at Mr. and Mrs. Andre Robert’s Uptown home this past April. The 2013 gala’s theme brought a…
THE LEGACY DONOR Foundation held its 14th annual “Soul Revival” at the home of Lauren and George Brower this past April. The event benefitted Legacy’s longtime mission of inspiring Louisiana residents to register as organ donors to help those in…
This April the New Orleans Jazz Institute hosted its 2013 “Big Beat Gala,” a fundraiser and awards ceremony that honors local jazz leaders and their outstanding contributions to New Orleans’ musical heritage. The institute is a partnership between the University…
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art made a classic Southern fashion statement with its May event, “Sippin’ in Seersucker” at the Shops at Canal Place. Guests kicked off summer in the South by donning their best seersucker ensembles and supporting…
The Junior League of New Orleans held its eighth annual Kitchen Tour in April, showcasing outstanding kitchens and homes throughout the Uptown and Garden District neighborhoods while raising funds to support the 89-year-old volunteer organization. Event co-chairs Tesa Bossetta, Caroline…
Kingsley House held its fourth annual “Friendraising Luncheon” this April at the historic Kingsley gymnasium, which marked 117 years of service to Southeast Louisiana, where supporters and friends made this year’s theme “Cheers for Kingsley House” ring true with cheers…
Innocence Project New Orleans (IPNO) held its “12th Anniversary Gala” at the famed Generations Hall in May, celebrating its work over the years to free factually innocent life-sentenced prisoners in Louisiana and south Mississippi. IPNO is the second-largest innocence project…
New Orleans Artists Against Hunger and Homelessness honored world-renowned musician Allen Toussaint’s 75th birthday with their April benefit concert “Tribute to Toussaint” at Harrah’s Casino. Toussaint is co-founder of NOAAHH along with Aaron Neville. The NOAAHH board members pulled off…
Bridge House/Grace House hosted its 18th annual “Women of Substance Luncheon” and silent auction at the Audubon Tea Room in May to honor three outstanding women who are renowned leaders in the community as well as recognize other exceptional supporters…
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