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#NYC4HAIYANRELIEF – Drink. Dance. Give. – Thursday, November 21 from 6-10:30 PM


Join us for a Typhoon Haiyan Relief Benefit as we raise funds for Doctors Without Borders.

Thursday November 21, 2013
6pm – 10:30pm
135 West 41st St (between 6th & Broadway)
$20 Donation
100% of the proceeds will go to Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts.

Come party with a purpose.

Complimentary Hennessy and Belvedere Vodka cocktails from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.
$500 plus donation for a complimentary Moët magnum bottle (limited available)

Featuring NYC’s finest DJ’s:
DJ Getlive
DJ DNice
Roxy Cottontail
DJ Yonny
DJ Soul
Jon Quick
Huggy Bear

Steering Committee:
Joseph Solis, Jennifer Latog, Jenay Alejandro, DJ Getlive, Legendary Damon, Isis Arias, Hawaii Mike Salman, TK Nguyen, Genevieve McCaw, Cat Ahn, Geena Rocero, Tomas Delosreyes, Nicole Ponseca, Tony Martinez, Laura Stylez, Oscar Sanchez, Va$htie, Felicia Quaning, Danny Castro, Dante Ross, Jaime Salas, Claribel Almonte, Nino Llanera, Devon Christopher, Jon Quick, Kwame Jackson , Hen Roc, Larry Ossei-Mensah, Theresa Xay, Grace Hernandez, Rik Cordero, Elizabeth Spratt, Sara Lam, Gardy Guerrier, Calcie Cooper, Spoon + Fork

#NYC4HAIYANRELIEF #PhilippinesRelief

For more info:
21 and over with proper ID. Please drink responsibly.

Don’t want to wait in line? Purchase the #NYC4HAIYANRELIEF FAST PASS for an additional $30 donation to Doctors without Borders for faster entry.

Doctors Without Borders on CNN:
Doctors Without Borders help typhoon survivors

Background of Typhoon Haiyan
The Philippines is in an urgent state of calamity due to what is now described by the mainstream media as the worst storm in recorded history- Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda. The Social Welfare and Development Department reported that the storm affected 4.28 million people in 270 towns and cities spread across 36 provinces in Central Philippines. Super Typhoon Yolanda packed a blow on Philippine structures 3.5 times more forceful than Hurricane Katrina in 2005. As many as 10,000 lives have been claimed thus far and it is estimated many thousands more will parish due to homelessness, hunger, dehydration and lack of medical aid. The lack of infrastructure, extreme poverty and neglect from the Philippine government continues to worsen the devastation of the many thousands of women and children who have been impacted.

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