New York’s finest were all in at the Queen Of Hearts Ball and Casino Night, as they bet big bucks to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. From live entertainment to 1920s-inspired cocktails, click through for an exclusive look inside one of the Big Apple’s most extravagant events of the evening!
Healthcare company CareOne hosted the ball at Guastavino’s in New York City on February 9th to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The fun-filled evening was complete with casino games, entertainers, a gourmet buffet dinner and 1920’s-inspired cocktails!
Attendees of the event danced the night away with a live band!
From gowns to tuxedos, the stars were dressed to the nines when they posed on the red carpet!
All proceedings from the event were donated directly to the BCRF to help eliminate the disease, which is the second leading cause of cancer death in women living in America.
New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul helped CareOne EVP Elizabeth Straus and CareOne CEO Daniel E. Straus present the BCRF’s president Myra Biblowit with a check for $1.7 million raised by CareOne!
Good Day New York’s Rosanna Scotto and former baseball player John Franco also came out to support the cause with Daniel.
Daniel’s daughter Lizzy was all smiles alongside Myra and football player Steve Weatherford during the life-changing evening!
“The commitment made by CareOne, Daniel E. Straus and his family is incredibly inspiring,” honorary Chairman of BCRF Leonard A. Lauder said. “We are thrilled to have CareOne and the Straus family join us in our mission to put breast cancer out of business.”
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