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EJAF Commemorates 25th Year, Honors Founder Elton John

On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) will host its annual New York Fall Gala at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. This year’s gala commemorates the Foundation’s 25th year and honors founder Sir Elton John. President Bill Clinton, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, Sharon Stone, and others will pay tribute to Elton’s achievements as a philanthropist and humanitarian. The legendary Aretha Franklin will be the special musical guest, along with performances by violinist Joshua Bell and Broadway’s The Lion King, featuring Heather Headley. Neil Patrick Harris will host the event.

Read more about the gala here.

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EJAF is also delighted to announce American Airlines, BVLGARI, Robert K. Kraft, Leonard and Judy Lauder Fund, and Bob and Tamar Manoukian as the Presenting Sponsors for this year’s gala.

For ticket information, please contact Andreas Schwarz at 212.219.0670 or andreas.schwarz@ejaf.org.

 P.S. Please visit www.ejaf.org to find detailed information about EJAF’s mission and history and to make secure, tax-deductible, online donations in support of our work.

 

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