Women’s Health Magazine held its annual Hamptons “Under the Stars” party hosted by Editor-in-Chief Michele Promaulayko, Publisher Laura Frerer-Schmidt and the FEED Foundation founder Lauren Bush Lauren at the Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club on Saturday, August 2. To find the perfect location for the bash, Frerer-Schmidt scouted several Hamptons spots before falling in love with the low modern glass design, beachside location and vibe of the Tennis & Surf Club.
Guests at the beachside benefit included Taraji P. Henson, Kelly Rutherford, Taryn Manning, Zosia Mamet, Kat De Luna, Ramy Brook, Eric West, Rebecca Minkoff, Monique Coleman, Jill Zarin, Josh Pais, Adriana De Moura, DJ Alex Merrell, Kelly Killoren Bensimon, Chef Roblé, Ginger Zee, Tashiana Washington, Monika Chiang, Simone De La Rue, Megan Henderson, and Frances Rivera who enjoyed music from a live Reggae band, a bonfire complete with s’mores and sparklers, a silent auction which benefited the FEED Foundation, cocktails, hors d’ oeuvres and music from DJ Alexandra Richards.
The night which celebrated the kickoff for Run10 Feed10 included a special screening of the Women’s Health Magazine celebrity PSA which features Elizabeth Banks, Joel McHale, Kristen Bell and other notable names.
Run10 Feed10 was founded two years ago by Frerer-Schmidt who wanted to help create awareness for hunger in America as well as have an event that women can take part in to better themselves. “Women can run to make themselves healthier, get their friends to join and women across the country can take part in the event,” said Frerer-Schmidtin. For every person that signs up, ten meals will be provided for those going hungry in their local and surrounding communities.
Run10 Feed10 will take place in New York City on Sunday, September 22. Races are also planned for Chicago and San Francisco but you can run on your own and still give back to your local community in need by downloading the Women’s Health Run 10 Feed 10 on iTunes.
For more information on Run10 Feed10 visit www.run10feed10.com. For more information on the FEED Foundation visit www.thefeedfoundation.org.