The Humane Society of the United States will honor fashion industry leader HUGO BOSS and acclaimed philanthropist Georgina Bloomberg at the 2016 To the Rescue! New York Gala.

Amanda Hearst and Steve Read will serve as event chairs. The evening will feature a performance by Moby. Other guests include: Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of The Humane Society of the United States; Deborah Ayorinde, actress, Marvel’s “Luke Cage”; Rick Bernthal, HSUS board of directors chair; Howard Berk, HSUS national council member; Jason Biggs, actor; Lauren Blumenfeld, actress; “Doubt”; Mario Cantone, actor; Jane Gale, member of HSUS board of directors; Spencer Haber, member of HSUS board of directors; Gayle King, co-anchor of CBS This Morning; Stacey Kivowitz, HSUS national council member; Chuck Laue, member of HSUS board of directors; Jennifer Laue, HSUS national council member; Natasha Lyonne, actress, “Orange is the New Black”; Patrick McDonnell, member of HSUS board of directors; Jenny Mollen, actress; Adrienne C. Moore, actress, “Orange is the New Black”; Judy Ney, member of HSUS board of directors; Karen O’Connell; member of HSUS board of directors; and Ingo Wilts, Chief Brand Officer and Member of Management Board of HUGO BOSS.

The 2016 To the Rescue! New York gala benefits and celebrates The HSUS’ animal rescue efforts. Responsible for saving and rehabilitating thousands of animals each year, The HSUS and its global arm Humane Society International travel across the country and the globe to help animals in need from puppy mills, dogfighting, neglect and natural disasters.

The event is sponsored by Moroccanoil. Guests will enjoy a three-course vegan meal prepared by Candle 79 and Cipriani, a live auction and entertainment.

WHEN: Friday, Nov. 18

WHERE: Cipriani 42nd
110 East 42nd Street,
New York, NY

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