DKMS will hold its 11th annual Big Love Gala later this month.

This year’s event will honour Claudia D’Arpizio.

The black tie event will mark the 11th year of the DKMS “Big Love” Gala. 100% of the proceeds from the Big Love Gala fund the DKMS mission to delete blood cancer once and for all. The world’s largest bone marrow donor center, DKMS has registered more than 7 million donors saving over 62,000 lives in the last 25 years.

The event will feature a performance by Jordan Smith: and expected to attend are Rita Ora; DKMS Ambassadors Coco Rocha & James Conran as well asAlina Baikova, Ashley Park, Charlotte & Alejandro Santo Domingo, Derek Lam, Nancy & Howard Marks, Elisabeth Murdoch, Andreja Pejić, Edmond Safra, Paula Zahn & Paul Fribourg and co-founders Peter Harf and Katharina Harf, among others.

WHEN: Thursday, April 27th

WHERE: Cipriani Wall Street
55 Wall Street
New York City

DKMS is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to eradicating blood cancers like leukemia and other blood-related illnesses inspiring both men and women around the world to register as bone marrow and blood stem cell donors. DKMS provides patients with a second chance at life, working closely with families from diagnosis to transplant and beyond. The donor journey begins with a swab of the cheek that takes less than 60 seconds and can be the action that leads to a lifesaving transplant. DKMS, originally founded in Germany in 1991 by Dr. Peter Harf, has organizations in Poland, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. The U.S. office was started in 2004 and has registered over 800,000 people.
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