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More than three hundred joined Living Measure in raising enough money to save over five hundred lives...
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More than two hundred guests joined Living Measure in raising enough money to save over five hundred lives from the fatal effects of malaria...
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  • Women's Mafia, a blog showcasing the best events and popular culture, features a review of Marie Claire and Living Measure's youth sexploitation fundraiser.
     

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  • Jamati Online, Africa's Premiere Entertainment Portal, features a review of Living Measure and KiRette Couture's Fashion Show Benefiting GEMS.
     

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  • Uptown Magazine features Living Measure: An Evening Benefiting Edeyo in its June 2008 edition.
     

    Uptown Magazine travels "Around Town" to exclusive benefits, dinners and galas in major metropolitan centers like D.C. and L.A. Photos of Living Measure's benefit for Edeyo are highlighted in Uptown's "Around Town" N.Y.C. Clique pages.

 

Past Events

United for Haiti Fundraiser

Rev. Al Sharpton, Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer, Deputy Manhattan Borough President Rose Pierre-Louis, “American Idol” contestant Joanne Borgella (Haitian-American Idol Contestant), and five hundred (500) young professionals united to continue the progress toward rebuilding Haiti.

 

Marie Claire and Living Measure Host: Expose It. Fight It. End It.

Living Measure joined forces with fashion giant Marie Claire magazine to host a red carpet fundraiser for the Red Light Children Campaign. The benefit, held at Le Poisson Rouge, featured live entertainment by violinist Itai Shapiro, singer & actress Alicia Witt, singer and songwriter Wes Hutchinson and the hot percussion beats of Turntables on the Hudson. Special appearance and speech was also made by Miss Africa USA.

 

Living Measure and Kirette Couture Present a Fashion Show Benefiting GEMS

Guests joined Living Measure in raising money and awareness for Girls Educational and Mentoring Service (GEMS), a campaign against youth sexploitation. The evening featured a fashion show by Kirette Couture, which debuted its Afro Lux collection. A number of industry insiders attended the event, including notables from Uptown Magazine, and model David Nso who has modeled for Sean John and Gucci.

 

An Evening Benefiting Edeyo

More than three hundred and fifty guests joined Living Measure in raising enough money to pay the wages of all the teachers at Edeyo's Ecole Communautaire for ten months. Photographer Nigel Barker from America's Next Top Model, legendary rapper D-Nice and the Haitian consulate Felix Augustin mingled with guests and added distinction to the event. Special thanks was extended to the event's primary sponsor, Hpnotiq.  Also sponsoring the event was Anheuser-Busch, Uptown Magazine, Vh1 and Universal Motown records.

 

An Evening Benefiting Malaria No More

More than two hundred guests joined Living Measure in raising enough money to save over five hundred lives from the fatal effects of malaria (www.malarianomore.org). Special thanks was extended to the event's primary sponsor, Moet Hennessy, which provided guests with a two hour open bar of champagne, Belvedere vodka and wine. Also sponsoring the event was Peak Brewing, makers of "delicious organic beer".