Love Heals, the Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS education, is hosting its 17th Annual Summer Event “Let’s Misbehave” on Saturday, August 10, 2013, at Wölffer Estate Vineyard.
The event, which annually attracts 200 guests including celebrities, socialites, media elite, and Hamptons trendsetters, will feature libations, supper, and dancing in the vineyard. All proceeds from the evening directly support Love Heals’ efforts to protect the next generation of New Yorkers from HIV.
The Co-Chairs include Hilary Rhoda, Nicole Trunfio, Bibhu Mohapatra, Chele Chiavacci, Richard Farley, Howard Horowitz, Dini von Mueffling, Samantha Marcus Yanks, and Ted Sann. Committee members include Nicole Alger, Debbie Bancroft, Chris Barish, Susan Beischel, Daniel Benedict, Kelly Killoren Bensimon, Stephen and Susan Chasanoff, Alina Cho, Cynthia Clift, Pippa Cohen, Kelli Delaney, Ann Dexter-Jones, Kris Fuchs, Shoshanna Gruss, Rachelle Hruska, Zachary Kimball, Jill Martin, Kate Meckler, Charles A. Myers, Edward Tyler Nahem, Charlotte Ronson, Amanda Ross, Andrew Saffir, Gigi Stone, Robert Tucker, Bronson Van Wyck, Eric Villency, David Wassong, Arden Wohl, and David Zinczenko.
Love Heals was founded in 1992 to carry on the work of the late AIDS activist Ali Gertz. The foundation empowers young people to become leaders by giving them the knowledge, skills, and confidence to protect themselves and their communities from HIV. It is the leading provider of HIV/AIDS education in New York City public schools and has partnered with more than 700 schools and community groups throughout the metropolitan area, educating and empowering nearly 600,000 young people, parents, guardians, educators, and community leaders.
Wölffer Estate Vineyard is located at 139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack. To purchase tickets visit www.nycharities.org.