VH1 Save The Music Foundation made a festive return to the Hamptons last night for their third annual HAMPTONS LIVE benefit with a performance from triple platinum, all-female pop group, and former YRB cover stars , Fifth Harmony and a special deejay set from world-renowned DJ Cassidy.
The evening of entertainment, presented by Bai Beverages, raised more than $1 Million dollars which will directly benefit the Foundation’s work of restoring music education in public schools across the country.
Guests, who enjoyed a seasonal summer created by iconic NY caterer Peter Callahan and specialty Bai cocktails. Model Jessica White
“We are so grateful for all those who made tonight possible, including our host committee, co-chairs Julie and Billy Macklowe and Chris McCarthy, and the amazingly talented Fifth Harmony and DJ Cassidy,” said Henry Donahue, executive director of VH1 SaveThe Music Foundation. “Their generous efforts and support are critical for our work to ensure that every student in America has access to a quality music education.”
Photo credit: Courtesy of VH1 Save The Music
VH1 Save The Music Foundation would like to give additional thanks to Hamptons Live co-chairs Julie and Billy Macklowe and Chris McCarthy; presenting sponsor Bai Beverages; platinum sponsor Avnet; gold sponsor Sun Capital Partners Foundation, Inc.; silver sponsors Château D’Esclans, Pamela & David Berkman,Karine & Alexander M. Chudnoff, Violet & Michael Gross, JoshuaGruss, Christine & Richard Mack, Elizabeth & Scott Musmanno, Rubin Family Foundation, Jacqueline & Mortimer Sackler; bronze benefactors Debbie & Glenn August, Libby & Shahab Karmely; and host committee members Pamela & David Berkman, Emily & Lawrence Chu, Karine & Alexander M. Chudnoff, Mireya & Joseph D’Angelo, Amy Doyle, Tommy Hilfiger & Dee Ocleppo, Violet & Michael Gross, Joshua Gruss, Katie Lee, Christine & Richard Mack, Chef Marc Murphy & Pamela Schein Murphy, Elizabeth & ScottMusmanno, David Nathan, Zev Norotsky, Scott Rauch, Charlotte Ronson, Rubin Family Foundation, Kelly Rutherford, Jacqueline & Mortimer Sackler, Rosanna Scotto, Cameron Silver, and Ramona Singer.
ABOUT VH1 SAVE THE MUSIC FOUNDATION:
The VH1 Save The Music Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring instrumental music education programs in America’s public schools, and raising awareness about the importance of music as part of each child’s complete education. Founded in 1997, VH1 Save The Music was the first organization in existence dedicated to restoring music programs in America’s schools. For more than 19 years, we’ve donated over $53 million worth of new musical instruments to 2,024 public schools in 247 school districts around the country to date — impacting the lives of more than 3 million public school students.