The ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) will honor Co-founder of the New York Social Diary, David Patrick Columbia with the ASPCA Voice for Animals Award at the 22nd annual ASPCA Bergh Ball.

The Bergh Ball is a cornerstone of the ASPCA’s fundraising efforts to directly impact the lives of homeless, abused and vulnerable animals across the country. Hosted by fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, with music by Sam French, the event attracts over 350 animal lovers, including community leaders, generous donors and celebrities, and raises critical funds to support the ASPCA’s life-saving work for animals nationwide.

Sponsored by Generation Tux and Tito’s Handmade Vodka, the event, themed “Reach Fur the Stars,” will also feature décor design by Stonekelly Events in collaboration with décor chair Robin Bell. The event’s live auction will be led by Jamie Niven. Event Chairmen include Ms. Laura Z. Barket, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Boardman, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fortin, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin V. Lambert, Ms. Amy Lau, Ms. Paige Nelson and Mr. Rob Wiesenthal, Mr. Jeffrey A. Pfeifle, Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Tanne and Ms. Kim White and Mr. Kurt Wolfgruber.

BERGH BALL ATTENDEES TO INCLUDE:
Honoree: David Patrick Columbia; Emcee Isaac Mizrahi; Music by Sam French; and guests: Candace Bushnell, Loni Edwards, Liz Eswein (@NewYorkCity), Wes Gordon, Jessica Hart, Gabrielle Korn, Cynthia Ott, Allie Rizzo, Scott Sartiano, Diane Macedo, Chuck Scarborough, ASPCA President and CEO Matt Bershadker and many more…

WHEN: Thursday, April 25th
6:15 p.m.: BERGH BALL Media Check-In
7:00 p.m.: BERGH BALL Red Carpet Arrivals

WHERE: The Plaza
768 5th Ave. (at Central Park South)
New York, NY

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