Karmanos Annual Dinner 2014

On April 26, patrons gathered at the Karmanos Cancer Institute's annual dinner at the Fox Theatre to raise funds for continuous improvements to its care of those with cancer. Photographs by Christine M.J. Hathaway


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Bring it Home 2016

On Oct. 13, the Community Housing Network hosted its signature annual fundraising event, Bring it Home, at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham. The evening included a silent auction, sit-down dinner, an open bar, and more. A portion of the proceeds benefited the Critical Needs Fund, which aims to help conquer barriers not solved by traditional housing programs.

Wright Gala 2016

On Oct. 8, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History celebrated 51 years of excellence with their 2016 gala themed, "Music on My Mind." Guests enjoyed hors d'oeuvres, dinner, dessert, dancing, and more during the music-infused celebration. Entertainers for the evening included two-time Emmy Award-winning violinist Damien Escobar, Detroit-based Collective Peace, featuring Grammy-nominated saxophonist, LaDarrel “Saxappeal” Johnson, and recording artist Mike Ellison.

Dancing with the Survivors 2016

On Oct. 8, the Pink Fund brought its national tour, Dancing with the Survivors, to Detroit, celebrating a nationwide community of breast cancer survivors who thrive in their recovery. The evening was highlighted by food, music, cocktails, and of course, dancing. The event featured breast cancer survivors paired with professional dancers from dance studios across the country, performing ballroom style dances, while raising money for The Pink Fund’s mission.

Autumn Adventure 2016

On Oct. 7, the Oakland County Children's Village Foundation held its 29th annual Autumn Adventure at the Orchard Lake Country Club. Guests enjoyed strolling heavy appetizers, an open wine and beer bar, silent and live auctions, live music, and more. Proceeds benefited the foundation, which provides residential care and comprehensive treatment services for in-need youth and their families.

SPARK 2016

On Oct. 13, the Detroit Garment Group hosted its annual fashion fete at the One Woodward in Detroit. For this year’s event themed, “the Future of Fashion," guests were encouraged to dress in futuristic and fashionable outfits. The evening included cocktails, light bites, and a curated-fashion exhibit from local designers including DJ Thornstryker, the NBA's first female DJ. Proceeds benefited DGD, which was founded as a response to the need for business education for Michigan's fashion community.
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