It’s going to be an evening of couples at the 25th annual Children’s Health Fund Benefit in NYC with performances and/or appearances by Paul Simon and Edie Brickell, Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, James and Caroline Taylor, and Stevie Wonder with his daughter Aisha Morris.
Scheduled for Oct. 4 at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall, this is one of those high-profile events where if you have to ask the ticket price, then your credit card is probably already maxed out. But if you can afford it, you’re in for an evening where the entertainment world’s crème de la crème can be found on stage as well as in the audience.
Hosted by Children’s Health Fund co-founders Simon and Dr. Irwin Redlener along with Children’s Health Fund executive director Karen Redlener, the evening will honor American Idol creator and executive producer Simon Fuller, and global manufacturing and supply company GlaxoSmithKline president David Pulman, Ph.D.
How do you gain entry to this special charity event? There are several tax deductible sponsorship opportunities ranging from “advocate,” which includes one ticket to the concert as well as the pre-show reception, priced at $1,500, to “underwriter,” which gives you plenty of perks, including 36 tickets and more, all for the price of $100,000.
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