The Audubon Young Members are at it again, throwing their annual benefit gala for chic socials who just can’t get enough of the birds.
The annual benefit is a night of silent auctioning, cocktails, more cocktails, dancing and the official after party at Happy Endings. It’s known for drawing a hip (and single) crowd and if you don’t believe us check out some of the names on the host committee. So what’s different this year? Host Committee chair member Arielle Patrick says “by having this year’s setting at NYC’s renowned Marlborough Gallery the event will be integrated with the arts and will draw a diverse crowd of like minded individuals.”
Marlborough will showcase a special collection of wildlife and nature-themed prints available for purchase with 10% of proceeds benefiting the Audubon Society.
According to the Audubon Society more than one quarter of America’s birds are in trouble or decline. They are vulnerable due to a combination of decreasing populations, restricted ranges, and significant threats. Their mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.
So if you love birds or art or both or just need an excuse to pull out the vintage Herve be sure to get your tickets, which go on sale in April, here. Trust us, you’ll be happy you did come June 2.