The All Stars Project
will hold its national gala benefit entitled,
“Give Back, Get Back”,
on Thursday April 7, at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln
Center, Broadway at 63rd Street; cocktails at 6:00 p.m.
followed by dinner at 7:00 p.m.
the legendary entertainer, will be presented with the 4th
Award for Leadership in Community Relations for
his efforts to breakdown barriers and bring people
together. The All Stars Project initiated the
Bridge Building Award
in 2008 to recognize leaders and organizations
that are building important bridges between young people and
adults, people from different communities and religions, and
people in need and those committed to giving back.
Celebrating its 30th
anniversary, the All Stars Project will raise $2.5 million
and will pay tribute to a cross section of employees from
its national corporate sponsors,
Ernst and Young,
Latham and Watkins,
Tiffany and Co.,
who have volunteered their time and given their talent to
support the growth and development of inner-city youth.
Special guest speakers include
Chairman and CEO, D&B and
CFO Tiffany & Co.
The All Stars Project of New
Jersey will present its expansion campaign to open a new
The Scott H. Flamm Center
for Afterschool Development,
in downtown Newark - a thriving hub of
cultural activities giving young people from the poorest
communities opportunities to work with the best
professionals in theatre, business and education. Two
business leaders from New Jersey
will be recognized for their efforts to transform the lives
of so many youth in
David Jones, the
CEO of CastleOak Securities and
Drew Vaden, the
CIO of Nomura Holding America.
The Gala will be hosted by
co-host of ABC’s
award winning news show,
The evening will feature
hip-hop, rap and dance performances
of the All Stars.
WHAT: The All Stars Project’s National Gala
leaders and youth will perform and host the festivities.
WHEN: Thursday, April 7, 2011. Cocktails 6:00
Dinner 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: David H. Koch
Theater, Lincoln Center, Broadway at